faradina wrote:What you can do is post the article(s) on a web page temporarily and then check using the free option of copyscape. Copyscape is a very good plagiarism checker/duplicate content detection software.
dodo222 wrote:But... if i am not wrong, once i have submitted the article for copyscape to check. The article will be lock in their database. So next time if i use the article on my orginal site, it will be shown as plagiarism right?
dodo222 wrote:Can anyone suggest any Plagiarism software that is free and reliable.
covenantguy wrote:I have come up with duplicate content in Copysacpe when I ran one of my pages urls through copyscape. It seems the bits that are being flagged are quotes I took form an author on a closely related subject. It seems a lot of others have quoted him as well- but some don't seem to have included his quote in quotes! Mine is in quotes and clearly refers to the guy's name, book where it comes from and I have included a link to his book.
Have I done right and will my site be penalised??
dodo222 wrote:Hello guys,
I am still trying to write the article. Now I have already wrote 15 articles. But am really not sure if my work it okie.
I am afraid from the plagiarism thing, though i did wrote all the article by myself.
The reason here is i did not use PRL. I took the ideas from the web and rewrite it myself.
Now i wish to check if my work is plagiarize.
Can anyone suggest any Plagiarism software that is free and reliable.
As I have heard that some Plagiarism online or software company took the work of the writer and sold it. I don;t wish to be like some of the writers.
Look forward to your reply
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