Inspired by a letter from a blog reader.
In total there are not so many ways, or rather resources, to verify the uniqueness of the content. Moreover, you can manage one or two of them. Here are the ones that seem to me the most effective:
1. The most obvious: Google search .
When you wrote (rewrote) the article, copy the piece in a couple of lines, paste it into the search box (quoting beforehand) and see the results. Ideally, the output should look like this:
For reliability, you can check out a few of these pieces from different paragraphs.
2. Article Checker .
The service allows you to check the uniqueness of the article before its publication. You can compare an article with a file, a web page or records in the service database. Article Checker is especially useful if you need to compare the rewriting with the original.
Note: Only for English-language articles.
3. CopyScape. com
This service is best used to search for sites that copied material from your published page. Suitable for both English-speaking and Russian-language sites. Learn more about Copyscape and unique content from Copernicus.
If you have something to say on this topic, I would appreciate your comment.
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