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Published on August 1st, 2017 | by Guest

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Just uniqueness: 7 Useful Tools to Ferry out Plagiarism

By now it is clear to many of us that plagiarism can get us in a lot of trouble, so we try our best to avoid it at all costs. Then of course, you have new bloggers on the scene and young students who have not experiences the repercussions of plagiarism. It is a serious offence in the educational and online world and rightfully so. Let’s say you are a new blogger and have no idea how to create unique content and prevent plagiarism. Don’t fear, because there are loads of tools out there to help you prevent this issue.

1. Unplag

Students usually read in their school rules about the importance of avoiding plagiarism and in many cases it can result in being expelled. This tools is especially useful for students and teachers alike. The great feature about this website is that you do not have to download and register to use this tool. It works online so you can simply access it when needed. Your content is checked against 16 million pages, which is pretty incredible. I do not think any paraphrasing website can do any better than this. You will receive a notice if even the smallest part of your content is bordering on plagiarism.

2. Copyscape

This is probably one of the most popular plagiarism checkers out there. A lot of bloggers and editors use this tools to check if articles are in any danger of being dubbed as copied content. For 5 cents per file, no matter how large it is, you are getting a good deal here. There is a free option, but you can only run 5 articles through the tool. I suggest you register for the premium package because it is definitely worth the price. If you hire an editor, you are going to be paying per word or per page and it could end up to be a ton of money. This way, you can only pay a few cents to use one of the best plagiarism checkers out there.

3. DupliChecker

I think by now you are realising that there is help online in this department. This tools does not disappoint at all and has become a favorite to many. You simply copy and paste your content into the provided text box and this website will quickly identity the areas of concern. All that’s left to do is rewording sentences and you are good to go. We all like uncomplicated tools and this one does exactly what is needed. No more and no less. This tools is absolutely free to use, which gets it a big thumbs up.

4. PlagTracker

Publishers, teachers and students can greatly benefits form this tool. Your work is checked against a ton of academic papers as well as online content. The last I heard, it was checking against 20 million pages, which is impressive to say the least. I like to paraphrase me some essays and I always have great success with this tool. Sometimes you do not even deliberately try to copy someone’s work, but your sentences just happen to have the same words. It is much easier to run your work through this tool, than it is to correct a penalty with Google.

5. CopyLeaks

This website is great, because they actually have different sections, based on what you need. If you need to run a business piece through this tool, you simply select business and education. Bloggers might want to use a different tab to use, but in the end it works and gives you accurate results. You can use this tool in almost any format and the really great thing about it is that you are able to use any language. They also have a mobile app you can use which is great for making notes throughout your day. Another great feature is that you can add this to your Windows program and it will correct your work through Microsoft Word.

6. Plagiarisma

Well if the name does not grab your attention, nothing will. Everyone can use this tools because it is so easy and it does practically everything you need to publish good content. With over 190 languages supported, you know you get good service form this website. They have really given everything some thought. A lot of formats is accepted, but you can simply copy and paste if you need to. There is a free version, but there are some limitations to it. If you are serious about writing, I suggest you take out the premium subscription.

7. Grammarly

This list would not be complete without Grammarly. Not only does it check for plagiarism, but you are able to correct your grammar and spelling mistakes at the same time. Even though this is one of the new kids on the block, they have made a name for themselves very quickly. Many bloggers have opted to use Grammarly because it covers more than just plagiarism and has become the only tool used for editing. I suggest Grammarly for every blogger and editor. It definitely makes life a bit easier and is a great investment if you decide to go for the premium option.

Conclusion

With plagiarism being a big no-no in the writing world, you want to avoid it at all costs. When a writer is accused of copying someone else’s work, it takes a while to recover your reputation. By using these tools, you are giving yourself a better chance at succeeding. Always try and write your own unique content to start with. You do not want to get too used to paraphrasing other’s work. Instead, come up with your own ideas and content. Practice your own writing as much as possible, so that you do not need to run your work through a plagiarism checker. Once you find your voice, you are going to write amazing content. It does take time, but by writing every day, you are able to achieve your goals.

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One Response to Just uniqueness: 7 Useful Tools to Ferry out Plagiarism

  1. Chris says:

    “ferry out”, huh?

    Do you mean “ferret out” ?

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