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Prevent Plagiarism

It was 3 days ago as I remembered that I read one of the articles of iwrite28 .

It is a question about the and she mention about .

PP mentioned it on their FAQ's that:

Any content that is plagiarized is grounds for immediate account termination. Articles will be randomly checked for uniqueness and action will be taken if any questions arise. All content submitted to the site must be 100% unique and can not be posted anywhere else online. If we find duplicate content, we will send you an email warning. Multiple infractions of this rule will result in account deletion.

After that, I wonder if it was just all about the and of others work?

Then I search for it and I found the wikiHow . According to them, that Plagiarism can also apply to.

  • Downloading a paper from the internet.
  • Hiring someone to write something for you.
  • Attempting to make the ideas of others appear like they are your own.

I was so eager to learn more about plagiarism so I want to share to you what I understand about it.

Like this one, I write an article and I need additional facts that plagiarism- is not all about copy and paste,

to support it why I said so, I need to search from the internet like wikiHow as an example. It is then allowed

It is then allowed and need to address "according to" since the ideas are from wikiHow.

In some way, we learn from other ideas, and that's normal but when we apply it or share what we learn to others, we don't need to make it as our own. We can say that we have learned it from a person or from an author. In writing, we have to write and explain it in your way.

To make sure that you didn't other works, use the Plagiarized

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Comments

LoudMan wrote on November 14, 2014, 3:25 PM

A couple of great resources which, I'm sure, will help someone avoid a headache. Thanks.

Dawnwriter wrote on November 15, 2014, 7:03 AM

Thank you for both the links. I think Paperrater can also give an idea about the quality of your articles based on spelling mistakes, grammar etc so it is a great resource.

twirllinks wrote on November 15, 2014, 9:11 AM

Thank you LoudMan , actually I tried the first link and it gives me 70% originality since I have a copied words from wikiHow and from PP FAQ but since I put the references then it means that my post is fine. I'm glad that I find these two resources which are free to use =D

twirllinks wrote on November 15, 2014, 9:13 AM

I'm glad of those links too, there are a lot of others like Grammarly but it is a pay site. Thanks for your comment Dawnwriter .

Ellis wrote on November 15, 2014, 11:34 AM

Downloading a paper from the internet is copyright infringement.
Hiring someone to write something for you is commissioning in which case you own the copyright.
Attempting to make the ideas of others appear as your own is plagiarism...but that never stopped Edison..

slexy143 wrote on November 15, 2014, 6:37 PM

really, paying someone to write for me is plagiarism? I'll have to disagree with. that.

iwrite28 wrote on November 16, 2014, 11:01 AM

These are very useful links. Thanks for sharing. Just wanted to add that I had actually asked whether it is alright for us to post our articles from Persona Paper on other sites AFTER we had published them here. The answer is an unequivocal "no". :)

twirllinks wrote on November 16, 2014, 4:10 PM

It was just base from the research and it seems they are basing on the originality of the post and its idea come from. This will be considered ok by getting a consent to publish. Considering that they have a program/software that can analyze your post like the plagiarism checker, same as the link I add here. It will view how high or low quality your post being delivered.

twirllinks wrote on November 16, 2014, 4:14 PM

You have to ask that on the support for sureness sake iwrite28 hehe or maybe you can add the reference link and add that you own it too.