In any field of writing, checking the uniqueness of a written piece is an important activity. Be it a blogger, marketer, teacher, student, professor or in any research field, having a plagiarism checker tool is necessary.
Especially when you are working with writers, it’s important to ensure the submitted content is not duplicate to avoid any SEO penalty.
Here I have compiled a list of best plagiarism checker which makes it easier for you to check if the content is copied or original. Depending upon your usage, you can use the free plagiarism check tool listed below or you can use a paid one if your usage is regular like me.
Plagiarism, defined for content marketing, 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 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 articles for Bloggers to fight against such copy-paste thieves:
- Why partial feed option is essential after Panda update
- How to file DMCA notice to remove Copied content from Google
Well, in this article, I’ve shared some of the best plagiarism tools available on the web to find Plagiarism.
5 Duplicate Content checker tools to find plagiarised content:
You can click on the images to go to respective Plagiarism checker site.
1. Grammarly Online Plagiarism Checker
This is by far the best online Plagiarism checker tool which you can use. Grammarly is a well-known tool among writers and also who need to quickly check if the article is original or copied from other places.
If you are a professor and need to check if the research paper is original or copied from multiple sources online, this tool is perfect for you. See in the above screenshot, how easy it is to use the plagiarism feature of Grammarly. This is a multi-feature tool for webmasters to check the originality of the content, check Grammar, Check the spelling of the article. I have been using it for a while, and highly recommend it to you.
Quetext offers free plagiarism checker as well as a paid option for checking more words. They scan websites, academic papers and books to find for duplicates. They also cite sources which help you to give credit to the original source in case if your author did not add it.
The pro plans start with $9.99/month and offer unlimited searches. The free plan is limited to 3 search and 500 words per search. In pro plan, you can search up to 25,000 words (50 pages) in a single search. You can upload files (PDF, Microsoft Word, and plain-text file types) to check for duplicate content.
If you are looking for a solid paid option then Unicheck could be the right tool for you. The interface is sleek and it checks the pages really fast.
This is a perfect tool for corporates and professors who don’t mind paying a little for higher accuracy.
This is my favorite site to quickly find if the content is original or duplicate. You can paste the content on the homepage and click on Quick search, and within seconds you will have the results with you.
Copyscape is one of the oldest and popular plagiarism checker site. Here you can find duplicate content by adding the URL. It’s fast and cheap. I’m not a huge fan of Copyscape anymore as the interface is quite old and they have not even moved to HTTPS which shows that the people behind Copyscape are not so serious about the tool.
However, for anyone looking to use a free plagiarism checker tool, Copyscape does the job well.
Well, I’ve just narrowed down my list to top 5. 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
- How to fight back against content Theft (Plagiarism)
- What to do when people copy your blog content?
- How to Deal with Blog Plagiarism?