Imagine that you’ve worked hard to write, create, and craft blogs and content posted to your site. You’ve spent years researching and working in your field or industry or time with your hobby or area of expertise. And your blog is your way to demonstrate your credibility while communicating your love and passion about what it is you do. Maybe your blog is an income source for you and your family. Either way it’s important.
Do you want to make sure your work is plagiarism free? Copying other research and papers is a sure way to get a bad grade. It is against university and college standards to copy someone’s hard work and this is why it is important to Edubirdie’s plagiarism checker. This is an online free plagiarism checker and it only takes minutes to complete. Drop your file into the box and choose what kind of paper it is. This is going to allow the checker to search the internet and make sure no sentences or phrases are copied. A lot of people assume that students deliberately copy other papers. But a lot of time, you simply do not realize it when you read so many webpages. So, this tool is free to use and makes sure this does not happen. It will highlight all the parts of your essay that are not unique so they can be changed.
So maybe you stumble upon a blog or site that is proudly displaying your expertly crafted content as their own. It doesn’t matter how you got there. Maybe a friend sent you an email or you googled a keyword combination to check out the competition only to find a thief in disguise plagiarizing your blogs claiming them as their own. In short, how can we keep this from happening?
Blogging, Copyright, & Blog Plagiarism
Plagiarism is the wrongful use of another author’s original works in the forms of written, photography, and video to name a few. Online plagiarism is the theft or misuse of content and articles posted on the internet.
Bloggers (from all industries, not just human resources and recruiting) can combat plagiarism by taking an aggressive and defensive approach. The platform on which you choose to display your content (WordPress, Blogger, TypePad, etc.) plays a role in your ability to keep content stealers and plagiarizers at bag. Here are seven simple, inexpensive, and effective solutions for bloggers to protect their content from being plagiarized on the world wide web.
- Blog Protector. This WordPress plugin protects your blog from right clicks and copy and paste jobs. These are the prime ways in which content thieves grab your content. Blog Protector is free and is effective but doesn’t keep advanced users from snagging code from your site.
- Eduzaurus – Simply drop in your document and use this plagiarism checker free
- DMCA Professional. DMCA offers three different levels of blog protection, photo and plagiarism services including a free service, pro, and professional takedown. Paid services start at $10 a month or $199 for a year. They start the take down process for you and offer a 100% money back guarantee.
- Disable the Right Click Feature Yourself. Of course, if you’re a techie, you can consider foregoing the WordPress plugin altogether and modify your html/java script instead.
- Content Similarity Tool. Sometimes bloggers modify content just a tad, alter some links, and call it a day. Webconfs offers a similarity tool. You can enter url as well as the copy cat url in question to determine the percentage of similarity
- Feed Finder. A common shortcut tactic among bloggers is to use feeds from other bloggers to drive traffic and build a following. A short description of your blog post or feed is listed on their site sometimes with a content link directing them to your post for more information. RSS feeds are used to on sites like Alltop, my site, HR Blogger, and social media sharing tools. Copy Gator gives you the skinny on who’s using your feeds throughout the web. The tool is free and thorough but a little slow.
- Copy & Pasting Drives Conversations. Copying and pasting is still the most popular way to share information on the internet. Disabling the ability to copy and paste could be turning off website vistors. Tynt offers a free service when content is copy and pasted, it automatically adds the url from where the content was copied to the website, email, or article automatically allowing you to better track sharing through more traditional channels.