FREE Plagiarisms Checker

Last Update: June 18, 2020

Hello WA Family 👋🙂

Just a short blog post today about some plagiarisms checker tools. How do you know that your content is unique enough? What tools do you use?

I found this free plagiarisms checker online. It's called Paper Rater. You guys can Google it hehe...

Here is the example of my result. It says my writing is 100% original. It seems to be too good to be true. So I am a little skeptical about it.

I know Grammarly is a great tool. We can also use a tool like SEMRush but we have to pay in order to get to use more features like originality checks.

Here is the result from Grammarly plagiarisms checker on my soon to be published article:

Wohoo... No plagiarism but look at the writing issues lol... Needs work. I am a non-native English speaker, so this tool really help me to fix the problems in my writing. However, I am not ready to go Premium yet. Their free feature seems sufficient for me.

For now, I am not ready to spend more money other than paying my membership here at WA, autoresponder, buy credits for comments here at WA. Besides, I love those FREE tools. Who doesn't like freebies, right?

Here is another plagiarisms checker I found: quetext.

Yay! Now I feel so much better. I used three different tools to check my writing. No plagiarism found. Yihaa... I just need to check for the grammar mistakes and stuff. The to-do-list is getting done one by one. Yasss!! I am making a good progress today.

Anyways, this is only my 4th month here so I want to make sure I spend my money wisely. I mean, I don't mind investing on my business. I just want to make sure the ROI is worth it later hehe... (I know it will but I have to wait for few other months, right?)

So far so good guys. The FREE stuff works like a charm. 🙂

From those three tools, of course I like Grammarly the best, because not only I get my writing originality checked, it helps me to fix my writing issues as well. 👍😎🥇🏆

Here is the link to training within WA about this topic:

https://my.wealthyaffiliate.com/training/choosing-the-best-plagiarism-checker-software/qualities-of-an-ideal-plagiarism-checker-tool


https://my.wealthyaffiliate.com/training/how-to-use-smallseotools-plagiarism-checker

There's also a cool blog post under the same topic (so many tools are listed but I haven't gotten the time to check them all):

https://my.wealthyaffiliate.com/jewelcarol/blog/gosh-awesome-plagiarism-checker-many-free-online-tool

Have you guys used those tools before? If so, do you think it's accurate?

Do you know any other free plagiarism checkers?

Please share it in the comment section below.

Thanks a lot for sharing your thoughts and comments. I really appreciate it. 👍😎




Stay safe, happy and healthy!

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revansca Premium
Hi EmakAmelia,
Seeing your post only today made me aware of how easy it is to not keep up with reviewing members' posts; 2 weeks behind! That said, I'll add my six-penny-worth to the comments you have already received since plagiarism is a topic was concerned about for a number of years as a technical writer and now with a whole month of WA under my belt, it is again a topic of serious interest.
I have tested out several advertised plagiarism checkers, and most are using Grammarly. As a long time Grammarly user, that seemed like it would be the way to go. That was until I ran across Plagiarisma by Norton (http://plagiarisma.net/). This was the first plagiarism checker to not report that my submitted, 955-word text was 'unique - No plagiarism found'.
On my first test with Plagiarisma it reported my text was 92% unique and provided a detailed report advising that I had exceeded the 2,000 character limit by 4,000+ characters, so I cut back the text and re-ran the report. This time, the same 92% unique was reported 12 'Results', i.e. text-for-text matches and the URLs; es.scribd.com mafiadoc.com archive.org cs.bham.ac.uk archive.org worldstudybible.com livrosdeamor.com.br mafiadoc.com. This time the report advised I had only exceeded the 2000 limit by only 808 characters, and my document was showing [337 words, 12 unique sentence(s)]. But as I was still exceeding the 2,000 character limit, I took out a couple more paragraphs and re-ran the check. The report this time showed [90% Unique - Total 1822 chars, 303 words, 10 unique sentence(s).] and, again, the 12 'Results' and the same list of URLs.
So based on this initial testing, if you are aware and able to deal with having to do your plagiarism checking in 2,000 character maximum chunks, Plagiarisma seems to be more helpful than Grammarly's Plagiarism Checker.

- Ron
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BensonE Premium
Very interesting.
This a joke, let’s be serious, do you really believe in all these plagiarism BS? The world has evolved and pretty much everybody is a writer. If you express anything in writing, millions of people already written it using all the format, terminology, and synonyms out there. Then some tool tell you, it similar to other sources you haven’t even come across in your life (so is plagiarism).
Just saying, I know all the Expert writers will like to jump on this and educate me of things. Please don’t , we are all programmed to say the color black is black because the material absorbed all the light while white is white Because it reflects all, and the others.
As long as you cite the material where you rake it from by paraphrasing the content or summarizing it, you should be good.
Hey that’s how I see it and by the way, if I plagiarized these. Forgive me because I didn’t even know you have used it.
So, if you can’t tell me anything you haven’t be thought in life, then just think about it.
Stay safe and have fun guys.


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Benson
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EdwinBernard Premium
Hi Ferra,

Great to have a tool to check for plagiarism as well as grammar. I don't worry about plagiarism as I know my content is always original, However, I am grateful for the grammar and spelling checker of Site Content in WA.

Thanks for alerting us to these helpful tools.

Edwin
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EmakAmelia Premium
Hi Edwin,

Yes, I am so grateful for the features we have on WA Site Content.

I won't be so worried if my 1st website is a blog type where I share my own experiences or stories. Since I am on the Health niche, I need to be careful when I quote the writing from big sites such as WebMD, etc. That's why I need these tools.

Thank you for sharing your thoughts. Have a great weekend ahead!

Ferra
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DerekMarshal Premium
I'm not 100% sure on this bust is there not a plagirism checker built into the WA content creation platform?

I use copyscape - seriously - it is cheep enough to use. around 20 cents for a 2,000 word article X 15 articles per month, which most people will be doing is only US$3 per month or US$36 per year.
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CandP Premium
There is, Derek, but, from my own experience plus comments I have seen here, it does not appear to be all that reliable.
I am going to check out copyscape, thank you.
Philip
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EmakAmelia Premium
Hi Derek,

Yes, WA Site Content has grammar, spelling, punctuation, and plagiarism checker. However, it is not enough as I see I still have writing errors on Grammarly. So, I tend to use multiple tools just to make sure.

Thank you for your recommendation. I'll definitely check copyspace out. :)

Have a great weekend ahead.

Ferra
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CandP Premium
Hi Ferra and thank you for this information. I had not heard of either Paper Rater or Quetext but will check them out.
Right now we write all our own content so we don't really need a plagiarism checker but, at some point, we plan to hire writers to help us so then we will need one.
We currently use the free version of Grammarly and had planned to go premium when we need a checker but, as you said, free is good.
Philip
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EmakAmelia Premium
Hi Philip,

Where can we hire writers? I will put that on my list. I think I might need one as well (in the future).

Thank you. I would love to go premium with Grammarly, but later, after my site takes off and earns revenue hehe...

Ferra
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CandP Premium
Diane Scorpio is the best person to talk to about that if you are really interested although she will tell you all the negatives of going that route.
We are waiting until we are ready to hire a full-time writer which is really the only way to go for so many reasons.
Philip
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BensonE Premium
Hi Ferra,
Thanks for sharing these free tools. You right everyone love freebies lol!
I have only used Grammarly which was really good, but I think Grammarly does some of those but something else when you doing your trial period. I might be wrong, but for people to appreciate what you are selling, they have to create or over exaggerate the problem to get you to need them lol!
Anyway, great post and I will be checking them out.

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Benson
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EmakAmelia Premium
You're welcome, Benson! :) Thank you for stopping by and leaving a comment.

Glad you found this post useful.

Right, Grammarly has a great way to entice us to get their paid service. I am just not going to do it for now. It is on my list though.

Have a great weekend ahead.

Ferra
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