12 Free Plagiarism Checkers
Whether you are a blogger, student, professor or reader; it isn’t cool to take someone else’s work and call it your own.
Plagiarism is theft in my book. If you take my words and put them in your story line and publish or sell that content as your original work, you have stolen from me and have sold stolen property.
In the blogging world, we often purchase content (articles) from other bloggers or from VA’s (Virtual Assistants) to help us keep up with the work load. If you are a student, you might consider paying someone to help you with a report. Notice I did not say you should pay someone to write your term papers for you!
When I purchase material prepared by someone else, I always run the content through a plagiarism checker to see if I am paying for original material or something that was copied off another website.
Several companies offer subscription services for checking your articles, but I have found 12 Free Plagiarism Checkers that do the job!
The best way to make sure you do not have a problem when writing, use your own words to tell the story. If you need to include excerpts or portions of reports written by another author, make sure to reference to their website or article to provide the correct credit for their work.
What do you use to check your work? Do you have a favorite program or service for this?