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How To Detect Whether Your Content Is Indicated Plagiarism

How To Detect Whether Your Content Is Indicated Plagiarism


How To Detect Whether Your Content Is Indicated Plagiarism


Have you ever been tested whether the articles that you will publish it will be caught by the Google Plagiarism Test or free from that issue? All bloggers really really know that content is favored by Google and other search engines. Therefore, it is important to ensure that the article or blog content to be published is free from the issues of plagiarism, copy-paste, content theft, and so on. In vain just published content that they will not get away with plagiarism and plagiarism of the Google test. Why? Because the article it will be hard to compete in the search results page of Google or other search engines. They hate your content!

It is good when we take a little time to do a small test with the article that we just wrote before the uploaded and published into our blog. May take 1 to 5 minutes, but it's quite important in my opinion. Moreover we write topics that are also written many others and has been on the internet before. We verify first if the article can get away with plagiarism test (so) well.

I have tried witch tool that is provided for free by smallSEOtools.com test for plagiarism. The result in my opinion is very satisfying and makes it easy for us to edit again if indeed the article was still not ready to be launched. If you want to try it it's easy. Copy your blog article candidate from notepad, then pastekan in the column provided by smallSEOtools. Visit our plagiarism checker-here.

Well, after you paste the article-kan (maximum 1500 words long enough for a full blog article), you can simply click on the button CHECK FOR PLAGIARISM under the article box. Wait a few moments, let the tool work. 


Your article will be scanned carefully for compared to all of the web page or blog on the internet. If one kalimatpun you copy, or you accidentally make the same phrase or sentence, then this tool will give the red color on the sentence in a new column that appears below the article. 


What if my article is no red color? Easy, you can do a check to a page that has publish sentences or phrases it to see if you deserve to edit a sentence or phrase it or let it go. It could just be the same sentence it emerged from a blog or web page themes completely different with your article. But, if a sentence or phrase that comes from the web or blog that discusses the same topic, it must be really good if you edit it. How to check a page has to load a sentence or phrase that's on the internet is by directly clicking on the sentence or the phase. Active link in a sentence or phrase that will take you to a website or a blog page bersagkutan. So simple.

The quality of the content or your article will be seen from how much red on plagiarism checker-scan results, certainly in regard of the problems plagiasi. The level of quality of the article demonstrated by how high the percentage given this free tool. The higher the percentage value of the uniqueness of the articles that you can be, the more likely it means your article get away with plagiarism of the google test.

Oh yes, this tool is the course can also be used to check if there are any other people who have stolen or updated your article published. The trick of course is the same as the above way, just sources it into the field testing that is the article you've published on your blog. If you do this, note the phrase or phrase when it was published. We can tell from a sentence or phrase that comes from our own blog. If the date is published after the article is published, then there is a possibility of our removal from article by other bloggers. But, if the publication date is before the article, we publish it, instead, then the Google as perpetrators of plagiarism, and preferably the article was edited again.

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