plagiarism-online

Writing quality articles is a must as well as a necessity for every SEO Content Writer. One of the characteristics of quality articles is that they have never been uploaded on any site. After you know how to write the right articles, now is the time for you to do an online plagiarism checker to make sure your article has never been uploaded anywhere. Therefore, there are several tools for checking plagiarism online.

Here we provide lime recommendations for tools that you can use to check plagiarism online:

DupliChecker

You can directly check text or files directly using DupliChecker. This website provides a special page for checking plagiarism content. You just need to enter content with a maximum of 1000 words into an available form.

When using DupliChecker to check the plagiarism level of content, you will be presented with information on how much your content is similar to other content in the form of a percentage.

Apart from checking the plagiarism level of content, this website also provides other checking systems, such as grammar, paraphrasing, keyword position checker, domain authority, backlink checker, and many others.

Dustball

If you are looking for a website for a very simple online plagiarism check, you can use Dustball. When you open this website, you will immediately be presented with fields to fill in the text you want to check. Apart from checking text directly, websites can check Microsoft Word documents.

How to use it is quite easy. You just have to copy and then paste any text into the box provided. Then click the “Check the paper” button and the website will automatically check your document. The result of checking Dustball is indicated by the statement “OK” and “Plagiarism?”. If there is any indication of plagiarism, Dustball will give a “Plagiarism?” Warning.

Unfortunately, there are limitations to the use of checks. When it exceeds that specified, the website will display a “Free Limit Reached” warning. The limit for use is 1000 per day worldwide. In order to continue using it, users are required to subscribe by paying  $8 (lifetime) for maintenance costs.

Copyscape

Copyscape provides a free plagiarism check application to search for copies of your website pages online, as well as solutions to prevent content theft and fraud. All you have to do is enter the website URL address and Copyscape will automatically check the level of similarity of your content.

The content that you buy or create may have been copied or stolen from other websites. Articles that have been published and copied on other websites can certainly destroy your reputation and affect the ranking of your content in search results. Checks using Copyscape are carried out so that the content you create is not recognized as plagiarism.

Unfortunately, there is a limit to the number of uses for the free version. In order to get wider access, you must use premium services. Apart from checking plagiarism, Copyscape also provides other services such as Copyscape Premium, Premium API, Copysentry, Free Comparison Tool, and Free Plagiarism Banner. Of all these services, it seems quite interesting is the Plagiarism Banner. You can use this feature to embed a plagiarism banner on your website pages.

PlagTracker

PlagTracker is a website that provides a fairly complete plagiarism content checking tool. However, the full features offered are not free or you have to use the premium service from PlagTracker. Available services such as fast reports, grammar checking, PDF reports, database checking, checking multiple files (.doc, Docx, .txt), unlimited volume checking, and many others.

This website is a professional plagiarist checking service provider. There is a team of professionals who will check your content. The team offered will check syntax, grammar, and flow errors accordingly.

Even though this service is paid for, you don’t need to worry because PlagTracker also has a free service that you can use. In fact, if other plagiarism checking services are only limited to 1000 words, in PlagTracker, you can check up to 5000 words.

PlagScan

PlagScan is a website that provides online plagiarism which has many advantages. You only need to do a few clicks to check the authenticity of the text. The checking report can be customized according to what you need. If you want PDF files to be easy to print or want to collaborate with others through a report in a browser, you can get all of that through PlagScan.

Even though the target audience is academics, you can also use it to check website content before publication. You can use this service for free for only a few days by registering as a member first. After that payment is required to use it longer.

There are four user options to choose from: single user, school (school), higher education (higher education), and business (business). For single users, this service is needed to be more secure and confident that they have succeeded in quoting third party content without any indication of plagiarism. School users can use this service to provide their students with independent checks.

As mentioned earlier, on websites that perform well “Content is King“. Your website must include the text content that will both attract your visitors and encourage them to do business with you when they find your site. You must strike a balance by writing website content for your visitors while ensuring that all of the requirements for SEO are satisfied.

When the search engine robots visit your website they look for text and use this as an indicator of what the page they are visiting is about and how it should be ranked. If the page content consists mostly of images the Googlebot cannot “see” them. It knows they are images but apart from the alt attribute which we mentioned on the Page Content for SEO page it does not really know what they contain.

This means that where SEO is concerned images have very little value as content. Obviously images are a large part of the Internet and we are not saying that they should not be used. What we are saying is that more keyword-relevant text improves your chances of ranking and being found.

Use Text Content Not Graphics!

Some website designers like to create their menu links using graphics as opposed to text. Well earlier, we covered the importance of having keywords in Internal Hyperlinks. If you do this you have missed a great opportunity to use these internal text hyperlinks on your website. Where website traffic is important we would always recommend the use of text links for menus.

If you look at the menu column on this page you will see that we have linked to the other pages using some of the important keywords that help us to get found, e.g. Search Engine Optimization Example, Keyword Research, Meta Content, etc.

Website Copywriting

You must decide if you are capable of writing the copy that will be required for your website. Not everyone is capable of getting everything grammatically correct and being able to produce an interesting copy. If you cannot do this yourself enlist the help of friends or consider hiring a website copywriter.

Remember that your important keywords and phrases should be included in the text and in the SEO strategic areas previously discussed. You should bear this in mind while producing your website copy. If you hire a copywriter you should try to find someone with experience of website copywriting.

I keep seeing these top 5 things around blogs, well pretty much everywhere, I highly suggest if any of these apply to your blog/website, then you change it right now because honestly, you might think it’s cool/a good idea, but really, it’s not.

1. Spelling Errors

Most web browsers these days either have a built-in spell checker, or you can download one, so I can’t really see why you’ve got spelling mistakes, although if everyone started to use spell checkers, I know thousands of people wouldn’t be making spelling mistakes, they’d be using the wrong words.

2. Auto-Playing Embeds

Whether it be your favorite song or your most recent Youtube video, I doubt many people will want to listen to your music taste if they do, then they’ll click to play it, the same with youtube videos, I hate loading a blog and instantly hearing somebodies voice tell me how I can make $1,000 an hour by sitting on my backside! If the visitor wants to watch/listen to something, they will click play!

3. Animated images/backgrounds

Okay, I’ll give them that, maybe back in the ’90s, they were the coolest thing around, these days? They are not, they make your blog look like a 12-year-old’s MySpace profile, seriously, please do not use them. Obviously animated banners are fine, go right ahead, but nobody cares if you can get your background to flash!

4. Anti-Spam plugins

This is one of the most annoying, if you want people to comment on your blog posts, don’t make them fill out a load of crap like catch as/math questions, get a backend anti-spam plugin, or simply go through your comments by hand. Using these kinds of plugins generally decreases the number of comments you’ll get.

5. Small Fonts!

Even though I’m running windows 7, which has a built-in zoom tool, why should I open it, just to read your blog? Just change your bloody font size! I’m sick of having to get 2 inches away from my screen to read your text, I bet everyone else is as well, I just auto-close pages I can’t read instantly now, don’t lose traffic to this!

Now hopefully, after you’ve checked your blog for these, made some changes here and there, you’ll notice more traffic, more recurring traffic, and a lower bounce rate!