When it comes to blogging, plagiarism should also be avoided, because Google would not put your site in search results and you could lose a lot of popularity and reputation if you post some kind of plagiarized material on your page.
In blogs where guest posts are allowed, the topic of plagiarized material is common. To prevent any such problem.
You must search for plagiarism on the submitted material. Here I bring some of the best tools for testing copied or plagiarized material to help you with that.
Here are the top free online resources for testing plagiarism.
1. SEO Tool Station:
SEO Tool Station is an entirely free method for plagiarism identification. You can either import the Docx or Text file to check for plagiarism or you can send the material in a text box and press the search button, with results being made available to you in a few seconds.
It tests plagiarism for any and any single sentence of the text. This platform is producing reliable tests.
You can scan for a limit of 3 times a day if you are not a registered customer. To uplift the cap, all you need to do is register on SEO Tool Station for a free account.
Aside from preventing plagiarism, SEO Tool Station still provides several other free tools, find them out here.
Plagium.com offers a variety of apps, and one of them is the plagiarism checker.
It is completely easy to use and no need to sign up. Only copy and paste the material in the text box that you want to check for plagiarism, fill out the captcha and press the ‘plagiarism check’ click. Completion of the scan will take a few minutes but findings will be satisfactory.
In a single quest, the word limit is 3000 characters.
PlagScan is safe to use and needs no sign-up. This requires up to 1000 words of text or less than 300kB of Doc / Text / HTML script. Only type the content in the text box or upload the file and search for plagiarism in either of the approved formats. It automatically returns the search results.
4. Plagiarism Detector:
Plagiarism Detector helps you to either apply the contents in the text box or save them as a Doc script. It is free to search plagiarized content and available to sign up.
Using this method is different from all other apps, it transforms the content into a set of words such that the word count of each term is under Google’s searchable limits and then you press the ‘Search Results’ button opposite to each expression, it returns the Google search answer for the same term. So, you’ll know whether or not the sentence is a spin or copied from any tool that already exists.
The above tools are free and these tools have no regular limit. You can use them anytime you want. While these devices serve as strong alternatives to the Copyscape.
Besides the above-mentioned tools, there are also quite a few freemium devices. They have a regular limit on free searches and you’ll have to go for the paying choices to raise the limit.
Here are a couple of them,
Plagium gives one free quest every day. You can send the content directly in the text box, upload the text file or enter a URL. Sign up is voluntary, but if you sign up, your past plagiarism tests would be registered.
The payment schedule for the platinum starts at 1 USD.
Plagiarism calls for three searches every day and covers over 190 languages. Still, Plagiarisma’s findings are not acceptable because Google is not searching for plagiarized content.
To use Google as the default search engine to find plagiarized content and raise the regular cap, you would need to go with the paid alternative starting at 5 USD a month.
7. Prepostseo Plagiarism Checker:
Prepostseo Plagiarism Checker is the easiest of all the plagiarism checkers mentioned. You can either paste the content to the text box (up to a maximum of 1500 words for free) or upload the content as a doc file and press ‘check plagiarism.’
Within a matter of seconds, you will get the test demonstrating whether or not the material is plagiarized and whether it is stolen from elsewhere it will even show the origins from which the material was taken.