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Getting a decent article writing job!

reinierb
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Reinier B Member Since: Nov 3, 2015
11 of 17

@Jennifer M wrote:

why do you need to check your own work for plagiarism? 

 

so confuse


 Plagiarism? What plagiarism?

lysis10
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Jennifer M Member Since: May 17, 2015
12 of 17

If you switch words around and copyscape isn't triggered, it's unique jah jah?

reinierb
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Reinier B Member Since: Nov 3, 2015
13 of 17

You are seeing something that is not there. Nowhere in this thread does anybody make any mention of copying stuff, switching words around, or trying to trick Copyscape.

allergywriter
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Cheryl K Member Since: Jul 16, 2015
14 of 17

Reinier:

He wanted to know why he was having a problem getting quality work as a writer.  All Jennifer suggested was that his profile might not reflect the profile of someone that always writes original copy.  Were he to remove the lines about Grammarly and Copyscape he might find better quality work.

allergywriter
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Cheryl K Member Since: Jul 16, 2015
15 of 17

his profile indicates that he runs his work through Copyscape.

 

I think her point is if you write original content, this is not needed.  Just saying it makes it look like you are a spinner not a writer

reinierb
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Reinier B Member Since: Nov 3, 2015
16 of 17

@Cheryl K wrote:

his profile indicates that he runs his work through Copyscape.

 

I think her point is if you write original content, this is not needed.  Just saying it makes it look like you are a spinner not a writer


My apologies to Jennifer M.

 

However, perhaps Jennifer might want to reconsider her shotgun approach to comments in the forum?

lysis10
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Jennifer M Member Since: May 17, 2015
17 of 17

@Reinier B wrote:

 

However, perhaps Jennifer might want to reconsider her shotgun approach to comments in the forum?


 nah

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