Small SEO Tools Plagiarism Checker
The article you entered is scanned carefully, and so is the world wide web. Itâ€™s very likely youâ€™ll see some red in your results as common phrases may trigger red flags. If there are complete sentences that arenâ€™t original, this tool will identify the original source of any unoriginal or plagiarized content that was copied from the internet.
Understanding the results:
Phrases or sentences shown in red already exist online and will not pass Google plagiarism tests.
They are also linksâ€¦ feel free to click on any red lines and see the original source for your records. When the test is done, youâ€™ll also be given an exact percentage that tells you how original or unique your article is.
Duplicated content results in a lower page rank. If you publish an article or web page content that is not entirely unique and original, there is a significantly higher risk of being blacklisted by Google and other search engines. So, if your goal is to have a higher page rankâ€“ and search engine results placement (SERP) â€” then itâ€™s simply not worth the risk of publishing heavily duplicated content. Right?
While this free plagiarism checker may be used for checking rewritten or spun content to eliminate consistencies (and raise the unique value of each article) its benefits arenâ€™t restricted to black and gray hat seo techniques. In fact, white hat seo specialists rely on this free plagiarism checker to make darn sure their freelance writers are submitting work that is 100% original and unique.
You can check content from your own website to make sure nobody else has been ripping you off!â€ť Source: Small SEO tools
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