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Jan 30th, 2013, 11:50 AM
Plagspotter is not your run of the mill duplicate content checker tool - in addition to checking to see if your content is being scraped across other sites or plagiarised by other bloggers, Plagspotter also helps you to ensure you get credit where credit is due, by finding sites that do not give you a byline for your own work. Those running content heavy sites that rely on freelancers can also use the tool to ensure their group of writers are submitting authentic content that they created.
While that alone makes Plagspotter a valuable resource, it's true power comes in its ability to not only find duplicate content - but to actually track it as well. Simply enter one or more URLs and Plagspotter will tell you the location of sites copying your work, the percentage of copying on the page, and more. You can log in to see daily reports via their easy to use dashboard or opt for weekly reports.
Another unique feature of the site is that they actually give you useful advice on how to get cheaters to remove your content from their site. They have four levels of membership: Guru, Master, Beginner, or Custom and also have an API for app support.
To learn more about Plagspotter and what it has to offer, please click here.
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Feb 1st, 2013, 01:55 AM
Thanks for the review! We'll be happy to answer any questions you might have and receive constructive feedback to improve our tool.
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