Tools to check if you are Plagiarizing Content

January 30th, 2014


Good quality content is very difficult to generate. There is already so much information about each subject on the internet that it becomes difficult to create unique content. Some take the wrong route by copying content from other peoples work and try to make it their own. Google calls this a plague which they want to eradicate completely. They have started this campaign by penalizing such offenders and dropping them to the bottom of the search rankings.

But sometimes people can have similar ideas and there might be a possibility that you will unintentionally end up churning content which will be considered plagiarized by Google. To help ensure that you do not get penalized for no fault of yours we looked up some tools that you can use to verify your content for plagiarism.

DupliChecker: This is a free tool that can be used to check a maximum of 1500 words at one go. It compares the text with the pages on the internet to find similar content. If there is any major similarity then it will share the links of that page for you to compare. There is a limit for the number of times you can use this tool in a day but a quick sign up on their website will allow you to use it as many times as you want.

Plagiarisma: This tool can be used to check large columns of words for plagiarism. You would need to sign up to check the content against all pages in Google. You can only use it for a limited number of times in the day but if you need to verify more content then you would need to buy a paid membership with them. Hence use this tool wisely. You can also download browser extensions for Google Chrome and Mozilla Firefox to use this tool.

Plagiarism Checker [from Small Seo Tools]: This is one of the simplest Plagiarism tools that you can get over the internet. Simply add text up to 3000 words and hit the button “Check for Plagiarism”. It will quickly check for documents over the internet and show you the text which has been plagiarized along with the link to the document where it was first written. It also gives you a percentage of unique content from the text that you have entered for checking. The best part about this tool is that it is free and you also don’t need to sign up to use the tool.

Well there are many other tools similar to the ones mentioned above, but we feel these are all you need to get your work done. It is advisable to check your content before you make the post to avoid any penalties from Search Engines. By the way this article is also checked by Plagiarism Checker and we are proud to say it is 100% unique content 😉

Do share with us any other free tools to check for plagiarism that should have been mentioned here.

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