The process of article marketing consists of writing articles for submission to article directories.
The drawback being that all of these sleep article directories require the documents / articles you are submitting to consist of unique content.
One way of checking whether your article contains duplicate content, or if it is deemed to be unique to a search engine, is to first run it through an online plagiarism checker prior to submission to the article directory.
Just entering any of the terms such as plagiarism checker, online plagiarism checker, free plagiarism checker etc, should bring back a plenty of results.
For me, with the plagiarism checker I use there are two significant advantages, as well as checking the article content, it also renders the document in a text format conducive to loading into the article directories HTML readers.
I tend to produce my documents in Microsoft Word, where unfortunately, the formatting, does not comply with some of the article directories.
One way of getting around this annoyance is to copy your article and paste it into Notepad or WordPad, where the document will then default to a text style document.
Alternatively, write your article in Microsoft Word.
On completion, highlight the article and copy and paste it into the plagiarism checker, which will also convert the document from a word doc to a text document.
As I said, personally like to use one of the free online plagiarism checkers from Search-Engine-Reports.
This particular plagiarism checker is very quick, easy and intuitive to use and does well is copying and pasting directly into Enter Text box.
You also have the facilities to browse to a document or enter a website's URL.
You simply copy and paste the text you wish to check for duplication into the large Enter Text box and click the Create Report button.
Depending on the size of the document you wish to check was determined length of time it takes to return any results.
If, on completion, if the plagiarism checker has not identified any duplicate content.
It will display the words: Content seems to be original If on the other hand, if it has identified duplicate content.
It will display a list under the Results heading, text it deems to be duplicate content, you also get the option to view, where this duplicate content resides.
There will be times when, through no fault of your own, plagiarism checker will return results, quite often on generic terms and phrases that are widely used, and you'd probably prefer not to change.
Having written an article and analysed it through the plagiarism checker.
If I'm returned any results, based on duplicate content.
I tend to go back to my original article, find the string of text displayed in the Results area and try to modify it in such a way that is different to the original e.
, swapping the structure around or look to see if I can change one or two other words, via the synonyms option in Microsoft Word.
If you take pride in the information you submit to the various article directories and run them through one of the free online plagiarism checking sites your articles should be accepted.