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Unicheck Blog on Plagiarism

Content Copy Checker is Sure to Make Your Student Blog Outstanding

Content Copy Checker is Sure to Make Your Student Blog Outstanding

If you’re running a blog, you know for sure that original content is an incredibly significant thing. Authors may use a plagiarism checker or our free advanced plagiarism checker, Google Alerts or other tools to find lifted content, and issue takedown notices to stop the thieves from illegally using their posts.

Just imagine, you’re writing a new article for your blog, and while searching for relevant information, you come across a few good web resources. You can’t but use them in your article. What should you do next? Of course, you are to scan your newly written work before posting it.

How about making your checks fast and more effective?

There are two methods to check your work for uniqueness. Firstly, you can upload your newly created post to your plagiarism checker account. Tick your article and click “Check for Plagiarism” and then choose “Docs vs Docs”. In the pop-up window (“Plagiarism Check Confirmation”) you’ll be able to select documents to compare your post against.

To see a plagiarism report, open the checked document and look through the menu on the right, where all the check details are provided (originality and similarity percentage as well as a list of matching sources). To quickly find the results of all previous checks, you should click “Show PR” under the file name.

The second way to scan your article for originality is to scan it across the sources available online. Similar to the previous method, you tick a file in your account and press the “Check for Plagiarism” button. However, in this case you choose the other check method – “Doc vs Internet”.

In a few seconds your plagiarism report is ready. Upload and share it any time you like. The “History” tab allows seeing previous check results and the date they were made.

Bottom Line

This is how you can check your files for originality with the Unicheck software. And the final recommendation: You obligatory need to indicate the source of information you’ve used in order to avoid serious consequences. Check our articles on how to avoid plagiarism by quoting online press and web documents and how to quote websites, social media and multimedia. They can be of use to you too.

Unicheck Team

Unicheck Team

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