How Do I Check The Originality Of My Articles?

Profile picture of the author yesacpow by yesacpow Posted: 05/05/2009
Hey warriors,

I am just wondering if there is a copyscape website where I can enter my article to see the uniqueness of my article.

Like you know some people would say your article is 30% unique or 50% etc.

I just need a service to test some of the articles that I have outsourced.

If Anyone know of any service please let me know

Thanks
#articles #check #originality

  • Profile picture of the author webdesignservice
    webdesignservice
    Yea me too i was looking for this kind of services too.

    It would be a great help.

    Cheers,
    Jacob
  • Profile picture of the author Vanquish
    Vanquish
    www.copyscape.com should do the trick.
  • Profile picture of the author Marhelper
    Marhelper
  • Profile picture of the author yesacpow
    yesacpow
    Thanks guys am gonna check them out now
  • Profile picture of the author llfleming
    llfleming
    dupe free pro, free software
  • Profile picture of the author jsherloc
    jsherloc
    I have been using dupe free pro software and a great free online plagiarism checker is "www.plagiarismdetect.com". It is fast and very convenient.
  • Profile picture of the author Abby
    Abby
    I use copyscape.com also. It seems accurate to me and I've never had a plagiarism problem.
  • Profile picture of the author stoica
    stoica
    Use Emarketing Helper trail version , the plagiarism detector category


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  • Profile picture of the author GeorgR.
    GeorgR.
    i think copyscape being very BAD since it can easily fooled by simple javascript code outputting text via javascript code.

    This makes copyscape think it's unique (while its not). There are far better sites for checking for duplicate contents. CS is very overrated and uses a very simple/bad method.
  • Profile picture of the author Tyrus Antas
    Tyrus Antas
    Unfortunately those services only check out either whole articles or entire paragraphs. It's possible to have an entire article ripped off without it being detected by copyscape simply by replacing a few words in a paragraph.

    You can have articles 95% ripped of and copyscape would still not detect them.

    Tyrus
  • Profile picture of the author MaxReferrals
    MaxReferrals
    Originally Posted by Tyrus Antas View Post
    Unfortunately those services only check out either whole articles or entire paragraphs. It's possible to have an entire article ripped off without it being detected by copyscape simply by replacing a few words in a paragraph.

    You can have articles 95% ripped of and copyscape would still not detect them.

    Tyrus

    Agree with that, and that's been our experience also.
  • Profile picture of the author Jon Alexander
    Jon Alexander
    Originally Posted by Tyrus Antas View Post
    Unfortunately those services only check out either whole articles or entire paragraphs. It's possible to have an entire article ripped off without it being detected by copyscape simply by replacing a few words in a paragraph.

    You can have articles 95% ripped of and copyscape would still not detect them.

    Tyrus
    copyscape can detect even 3 word shingles, actually. But it uses the google API, so if google doesn't have it, neither does copyscape (AFAIK). To 'pass copyscape', mess up every third word or so. Or use any one of the free tools out there that replace characters with HTML equivs. Now you know how, the only question you have to ask yourself is 'why'.

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