Use Grammarly’s plagiarism checker software because you deserve to make someone eat your words if they steal them.
Have you ever worked really hard on a blog post, only to find that someone else has posted your article on the web and taken full credit? I’ve been there, and it stinks. Plus, if their pageviews are higher than yours, it can really burn your biscuits. You spent hours researching and putting together that post, only to have some random stranger come by and steal it.
Unfortunately, this happens all the time.
That’s why I want to encourage you to check out the link above. Grammarly’s plagiarism checker software can help you keep your work YOUR work. It only takes a minute to paste your text into the box and find out if you are the only one that has published your article.
There’s another cool feature to that software mentioned above: It will check your article for grammatical errors. Heaven knows there are many times I could certainly use something like that. It’s a great way to make your posts even better than they were before you checked them with Grammarly’s software.
Have you ever been the victim of plagiarism? How did you discover the stolen information, and what did you do about it? I’d love to hear your stories!