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Top 10 Free Online Tools To Check For Content Theft: Anti-Plagiarism

Top 10 Free Online Tools To Check For Content Theft: Anti-Plagiarism

Plagiarism, defined for blogosphere, is  basically copying one’s content/image. Well, I get frustrated when I see people copying articles from one blog and pasting it over another – especially my articles. Moreover, it really hurts when I see a better search engine ranking for the copied article than the original one. I’m sure even you are annoyed with those bloggers. Isn’t it?

We have already covered many useful article for Bloggers to fight against such copy paste bloggers:

Well, in this article, I’ve shared some of the best tools available on the web to find Plagiarism.

01. Plagium

Plagium

02. Copyscape

copyscape

03. Virante Duplicate Content

virante

04. Plagiarism Checker

plagiarismchecker

05. CopyGator

copygator

06. Plagiarisma.Net

plagiarisma

07. Copyright Spot

copyrightspot

08. DMCA Scan

DMCA

09. Dupli Checker

duplichecker

10. Webconfs – Similar Page Checker

webconfs

Well, I’ve just narrowed down my list to top 10. I’m sure there are lots more out there. Let me know which one you currently use or intend to use?

To stop plagiarism, I recommend you to read the following articles -

I’m open to other tools too provided they are useful to the readers! So, share them , as well as your opinion about the article, via comments!
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  • Ramanjit Singh

    Copyscape and dupli checker seems to be simple….
    Copyscape shows the duplicate content from your own website too…
    Really helpful for checking the duplicate content!

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  • Oscar Davis

    I find a lot of people using Copyscape which is good but often fail to detect when a few words are tweaked or altered from an original work. To ensure that a work is unique, try entering it in paragraphs or simply divide it into chunks of three or four and check.

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  • Nizam Khan

    Excellent list. Well, I do know the top 2, but didn’t know about all the others. It’s good to know more alternatives. Thanks for sharing :)

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  • Sarang Dravid

    TFS the list. I do regular use copyscape for post publishing the content, but the other tools mentioned here could be used for pre publishing as well.
    Thanks again.

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  • Nizam

    These are really useful sites to check copied content. Well, I know about copyscape and it’s really a great tool, but it’s good to know more alternatives. Thanks Mukund for this useful post :)

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  • Shashank

    I use Copyscape heavily on Guest posts and so should you. Kinda acts like a filter.

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  • Mukund

    @shashank chinchli: Thanks for the comment buddy! Hope you enjoy the other articles as well!

    @Asif Ahmed: Well, I’m on your side as well. I use the tools mentioned above to check the guest articles on my blog. Anyway, thanks for the comment Asif!

    @rakesh: Well, why don’t you file a DMCA against such blogs, just in case, they don’t remove the article?

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  • rakesh

    some of my contents were copied by joomla site running from USA. I could not do anything except, as we do not have any copyright on that article. Now they are enjoying my content. So what is the fun of these types of websites. We can only send mails to these webmasters and they really does not respond.

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  • Asif Ahmed

    Bookmarked it, I have opened guest posting on my blog lately and Got few guest post. I tried searching for Good tools to check plagiarism but got only few. This list will help me Filtering the Good content for my blog. Thanks!

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  • shashank chinchli

    Generally i use duplichecker.Great list mukund and thanks for intro to few tools which i had never heard of !

    Reply

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