How To Write 100% Plagiarism Free Content

Let me begin with the dictionary meaning of Plagiarism:

As per Wikipedia,

“Plagiarism is the “wrongful appropriation” and “stealing and publication” of another author’s “language, thoughts, ideas, or expressions” and the representation of them as one’s own original work”

To put it simply, plagiarism is posting duplicate content on your website.

Duplicate content is content which can be seen at more than 1 more place (URL) on the internet. It is a considerable block of content within or across domains that either completely match or are appreciably similar.

How does Google tackle duplicate content?

When there are multiple pieces of same content on the web, it becomes hard task the search engines to decipher which is the most relevant version for a specific search query.

If Google comes to know of your malicious intent of posting duplicate content on your website to manipulate search engine rankings, it will lower your rankings.

Also, it’s very frustrating for the users to read the same content on multiple websites.

How to avoid Plagiarism?

There have been multiple times when I have found similar information in slightly paraphrased words, sentence structuring being the same on the web.

If Google finds out about these copied articles, it will definitely rank them lower than the original article. Worse case scenario, Google can also de-index your website.

In all the above cases, website rankings and integrity can suffer to a great extent.

Original articles, on the other hand, help in building customer trust, loyalty and relationship.

It is therefore advisable to write and publish only original content.

There are ways you can prevent duplicate content to be posted on your website and the best way to do this is identify duplicate content before it is published.

We have applications and tools which can help detect duplicate content, point out the source from where it was copied and highlight the text (duplicate) where the changes can be made directly.

In the next section, I will be talking about one such tool which you can use to write and publish 100% Plagiarism Free Content : Plagiarism Checker

Plagiarism checker

A part of Webmaster toys, Plagiarism checker, is a very user friendly and free tool.  

To be able to use this tool, all you have to do is open the tool, copy-paste your content in the box and hit on “Check Now”. As soon as you hit this button, the content is scanned and analyzed for duplicates.

The plagiarised words/sentences will be highlighted (with red flags) and upon clicking on them, you can check the source from where the content was copied.

Once the scanning has been completed, you get an overall score of how unique your content is.

You can enter any article upto 1500 words to get an accurate result of plagiarism.      

This tool should be used by all SEO writers to make sure they only publish original articles on their website.
Google has become very strict lately to take actions on copied or plagiarised content. Hence it is very important that you are very sure of publishing only original content.

How Website Push Notification Helps You Connect With Your Visitors?

Web push notification seems to be the buzzword of the marketing world. It is a new way of interacting with your website visitors. Its effect is supposed to be far reaching, somewhat like that of email marketing. The underlying objective of using this tool is to convert your website visitors into regular visitors, then into leads and finally into customers. And the most important thing to know about it is that it spares the visitor from sharing his email address or other contact details.

How it works?

Web push notification follows a systematic way. Now what happens is that when a visitor lands at your website, he/she is received by an opt-in box which your website automatically triggers without fail. And if the visitor opts for “Allow”, he/she comes on your Subscribers’ list. For the HTTPS websites, it will be a one-click thing, while for the HTTP websites, it will be two-click. After having a visitor on the subscribers’ list, you can start sending him/her push notifications from there and then. These notifications would be directly received on his/her desktop in real-time. And if the visitor clicks at the notification, he/she would be taken to a URL for that particular notification.

How to use it?

Web push notification is taking the marketing sector by storm. But as it is newer, there may be certain doubts surrounding on how to use it in an effective manner. Knowing that it is going to appear right in front of your user without making him/her to do anything, the most effective way of using it is trying to send limited-period offers that require instant action. With the notification popping up and sharing an exciting offer, your visitor may feel compelled to click it.

Besides, when deciding on how to use this tool, you can think about delivering an offer that is specifically tailored to the behavior of the user on the website. Even if you are unable to impress your users with the notification you sent last, you can come up with another better way of making an impression on the user by the information you collected from his/her behavior on your website. The key is try…till you succeed in coaxing the user into coming back to your website. Whether it means recovering abandoned carts, upselling or cross-selling. And for bloggers, RSS-to-push is the ultimate way of getting a reader again to the blog. It works in the same way of RSS-to-email.

When you need to engage or retain your web users, there is no other way better than sending personalised notifications directly. Email marketing was doing just that thing. But with the advent of web push notification, it seems that it has a potential to take over emails by interacting with users in real-time without using any medium like mail-box and without asking the users to divulge their email address which they might be reluctant to do. So far, so good.