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Search engine updated and more!

Wednesday, 22 May 2013 02:50 No comments yet

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You must already know that PlagiarismDetect keeps up with technological development. “We check for plagiarism like nobody else” – these are not just plain words. Persistent work of IT professionals, marketing department and sales team stand after the motto. So now we are glad to present our new search engine update!

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What to do when you have been plagiarized

Tuesday, 23 April 2013 12:58 No comments yet

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How to find out if your content was stolen? Well, if you run a website or blog, then it should not be a problem, as it is quite easy to check for plagiarism online. There are different ways to see if you have been plagiarized:

  1. Google it. Copy and paste a few sentences to the search engine. Remember to use quotation marks to see “exact matches”
  2. Use a plagiarism checker
  3. Read through topic-related forums and blogs (time-consuming, not reliable)

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Living in a World of Plagiarism

Friday, 12 April 2013 08:42 No comments yet

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If you were in any way connected with writing, you would have faced the problem of plagiarism for sure. It does not matter what your position is. Be it a student, writer, teacher or blogger – you would never want your content to be stolen. Let us have a closer look at how the world deals with plagiarism.

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Accidental or intentional, it is still plagiarism!

Wednesday, 15 August 2012 05:04 Comments:5

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Being creative and original has never been easy. However, it’s totally not a reason to turn to copy-and-paste practices. If you face a writer’s block, try changing your perception of reality to come up with brand new ideas. But first check out what the difference between accidental and intentional plagiarism.

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Ways of Detecting Plagiarism

Friday, 23 December 2011 09:11 No comments yet

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Plagiarism is a serious issue nowadays in all spheres of life. However, as a common practice shows, neither job loss, nor risk of expulsion, not even legal suits have stopped copycats from stealing intellectual property. The only thing cyber thieves are afraid of is being detected. This has become the main aim of various respectful companies, which developed tools checking for duplicates online. This article reveals basic principles of how plagiarism checkers work and what are other alternative ways of checking for plagiarism.

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