23 Aug Don’t be a copycat ..use Copyscape
Posted at 14:22h in Small Business, Social Media 33 CommentsIn my last post, we looked at some of the different ways of defining original content that you may not have considered when writing your blogs. I introduced the idea of using Copyscape to ensure that there is no duplication within your posts, and this week we’ll look exactly at how you can use that tool to your advantage. Copyscape is designed primarily to prevent plagiarism. Often, websites use it to ensure that no one else has stolen their original content. It is also a great tool to use as a writer. When I’ve discussed this with other writers in the past, I’ve received looks like I’m crazy using Copyscape on my own writing – because it should be pretty clear to me whether or not I’ve plagiarized the content. That may be true, but as we covered last time, there are other definitions of ‘original content’ and if I want to ensure that I meet the criteria for one of those – ensuring there is ZERO duplication within the content - Copyscape is the best option. Want to know more about using Copyscape to ensure your content is original ?