It’s all about accuracy
Perhaps you already tried to look for plagiarism checkers online that can help safeguard creative content, but all of them result in too many false negatives. This means that the scanner claims the content is unique, but a simple search with Google shows you that the content is indeed available elsewhere.
Copyscape is an example of a fairly decent content protector but users may be intimidated by its cost and relatively small index, in comparison to Google’s index. Copyscape scrapes the internet itself, and compares input versus it’s own database. Unfortunately nobody has a database as vast as Google does, which is why our plagiarism checker uses Google’s database to check for plagiarism. This provides much better accuracy, and it gives SEO users something they actually need to know: is their text indexed in Google?
Why we are the most accurate
- We use Google’s index – not our own index
- Our algorithm identifies key sentences – not random string of texts.
- You can click on any sentence to verify that they are indeed unique – or not – according to Google.
The creators of plagiarize checker designed this application to be user friendly. For instance you have the option of creating a “white list” of websites that should not come up in results because a user might have copyright of the same content.
On top of being accurate, our software has some useful tools such as bulk-checking URLs or scraping complete domains for duplicate content
This software application is very useful not just for SEO’ers, but also for individual professionals and corporations who suspect they are being plagiarized. This means that people who used to do content stealing often may find themselves in the hot seat once they are tagged as copyright thieves by our tool.