Is there somewhere you go to insure your article has not been palgiarized BEFORE you move it over to the Hubpages website. I set bits and pieces in google search and it seems okay but it is a lot of work to move articles so I want to insure the time is not wasted.
This article has been sitting unpublished for over a year so search engine indexing should not be an issue.
Thanks for any suggestions on this.
"I set bits and pieces in google search and it seems okay"
That's what I do. I don't know of any other options, you should be ok. If there are comments to the contrary, I definitely want to hear them.
There are several plagiarism checkers that you can use free of charge. Here are a couple I have used. I don't know if they are any better than a simple Google search.
I use them when reworking an article that first appeared on a now-defunct platform, just in case someone lifted the article from there and this makes my new HubPages offering look plagiarized.
Copyscape is good, but you have to pay a minimum of $10.00. The fee lasts for a year. The cost to check is pennies.
I think I had one flagged once as a duplicate, but since I had it saved in Evernote showing on Squidoo as mine, Hubpages accepted that and allowed it to publish.
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