Plagiarism and Content Marketing

Nicholas C. Rossis

Plagiarism | From the blog of Nicholas C. Rossis, author of science fiction, the Pearseus epic fantasy series and children's book

When I got my first SEO copywriting assignment from InSync Media, I expected them to ask me to proofread my copy on Grammarly. However, I was surprised that they also asked me to check my text using an online plagiarism checker.

Then I realized how much sense that makes. After all, I make a point on my blog to properly attribute my content and link to my original sources.

Turns out, you don’t only need to worry about Plagiarism at school, college, or university. Plagiarism is a main concern in the content marketing world as well. When a brand steps into the market, it can face serious backlash if it simply copies another websites’ content and fails to link back or properly credit them.

The Benefits of Crediting Your Sources

Besides being the right thing to do, crediting your sources actually offers several benefits to you.

To secure your…

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