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Old 04-26-2011, 05:17 AM
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Hi,

I ordered to one content writer for my site. He gave that content me.

Now I want to check that this is not duplicate content. so how to check that


give me any perfect solutions. so i can trace online


thanks in advance
place one line of content into google search engine , if it is duplicate then related lines will display .
 

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Old 04-26-2011, 05:43 AM
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copyscape is a great resource, by putting it through you will know if your content writer is worth using again or not. If it's not at least 30% unique i would start looking for a new writer if I was you.
 
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Old 04-27-2011, 12:21 AM
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checking with google dont give you exact idea of copy content as if someone copy from sites and change word with synonyms then its not possible to check copy content using google
 
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Old 04-29-2011, 03:13 PM
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This is normally what I do, and If I find that content is copied and duplicated elsewhere, I don't get worked up over it. Honestly there's not much you can do individually to stop scrapers and lazy webmasters from stealing your content. I'm not saying not to do anything though. What I do is adjust my content from what it originally was. I also don't worry because those pages aren't ranked above my own. Google does a pretty good job of figuring out who the original source was, based on timestamp and publication date. Imagine trying to fight or report every website that used your content without permission, you'd never have time to develop a quality website. Thats why we should be happy for the Google Farmer Update. It's got some bugs right now with ranking duplicates above the original content source but they're fixing that right now according to their latest postings. It's intended to weed out those crooked and lazy sites that just refuse to create there own stuff. We don't know who they are, but the Engines do, and it's only a matter of time till they're found out.

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I do it the manual way. Copy the last paragraph of the content, which is not manipulated by most copiers. Then search it in google with quotes. You will get to know that your content is copies or not.
 
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Old 04-29-2011, 09:16 PM
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try to check it thru http://www.copyscape.com/
Yeah this is the best way to check; however, it may not be free to use , therefore, there is an alternative way dupfree software that check manually with provided writings. After making a search about your related topic put as much writings you got to one side in the soft and and put your original one to the other side then it will check the percentage of duplicity.

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Old 04-30-2011, 10:59 PM
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best option is check on copyscape or use google.

Search Title, or some difficult word on google.
 
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Old 05-01-2011, 06:43 AM
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try to check it thru http://www.copyscape.com/
thumbs up on this one...

However with more aggressive article spinners by the day... I'm not sure how effective copy scape will be in the future
 
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Old 05-01-2011, 09:37 AM
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I've said this many times before, don't put so much focus on fighting external sources who duplicate your content. That time can be spent elsewhere doing effective marketing of your original online content. People and scrapers pretty much much ignore the DMCA, and I'd only be concerned about it in the case of original published works such as an ebook, poetry, music, movie, software code. If you're legally successful in stopping one guy from stealing your website content, 10 to 20 more already stole your content while you were fighting that one. Google's fighting hard to stop this right now not through the DMCA, but with the Farmer search engine algorithm update. Copycat sites don't last very long, they tend to disappear in a year or two the longest.
 
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Old 05-01-2011, 12:13 PM
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If you are ready to pay for content, I suggest to spend additional 5 cents on copyscape.
 
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Old 05-12-2011, 02:59 AM
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copyscape is the best and ultimate way to check your articles or any written stuffs on the internet.
 
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Old 05-13-2011, 01:41 AM
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You can use online copy-scape for this purpose, this will immediately show you whether the article is copied or not.
 
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Old 05-13-2011, 02:38 AM
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I usually copy a few words from each paragraph then do a search on google, you will know whether original content, rewrite or duplicate.
 
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For best result u can check in Google only.copyscape is for only if u have URL.otherwise can't check.
 
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normally i use copyscape and google service.
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well every one would suggest you copyscape and so that i m too...
post your article in any of your blog and then copy the link of your article post and pest in to the copyscape and you will whether it's copied of an original one..
 
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There are a lot of way to check article for duplicity and I think the Google search with quotes are the best. If you still want to do it with the help of a tool try doc cop: http://www.doccop.com/

It can do Google quote search for you with many combination of strings from your text. Its an amazing tool I ever had.
 
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Old 05-27-2011, 10:54 AM
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A manual way that you can go about it is pull random lines out of the content that you were given, and you search for it in the search engines. While this can be a bit more time consuming, you can at least see if the content is indexed.
 
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Use duplicate content or plagiarism software like CopyScape or Plagiarisma. They are very effective in detecting duplicate content. Plagiarisma is free. Also you can manually search each content. Google however limits keywords to 32 words.
 
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I've said this many times before, don't put so much focus on fighting external sources who duplicate your content. That time can be spent elsewhere doing effective marketing of your original online content. People and scrapers pretty much much ignore the DMCA, and I'd only be concerned about it in the case of original published works such as an ebook, poetry, music, movie, software code. If you're legally successful in stopping one guy from stealing your website content, 10 to 20 more already stole your content while you were fighting that one. Google's fighting hard to stop this right now not through the DMCA, but with the Farmer search engine algorithm update. Copycat sites don't last very long, they tend to disappear in a year or two the longest.
Good point.

I hope people don't take this the wrong way, but trying to protect your content is really pointless, you can't stop this. The only way anyone would win any kind of lawsuit on this is if the content is in fact 100% duplicate, once that content is changed in any fashion it is no longer original.

Like I said in one of my other post, just make sure your content is indexed first . Once this happens it won't matter if someone takes it, they will not get anything out of it.
 
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Use duplicate content or plagiarism software like CopyScape or Plagiarisma...
I had been "spinning" my content from my main website to other new sites, just as a temporary measure to give the search engines enough content to index. I checked them with Plagiarisma first, then submitted them and Google indexed them. I have now checked with CopyScape and it flags the spun content as duplicate. Perhaps that is why Bing has not yet indexed the new sites... and perhaps it is why many people swear that Bing gives better results than Google.
 
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