The Online Check add-on module provides functionality for detection and analysis of online duplicate content, plagiarism and search engine indexing saturation.
You can quickly and efficiently search all the major search engines (Google, Yahoo, Bing & Ask/Teoma) for copies of your articles. With advanced features such a duplicate content highlighting, which spans across your article and the browser window, you can quickly determine if an article is in fact copied online. If you are syndicating articles online, you can see the spread of your articles over time using the search results history graph.
Read on below for more details on the Online Check Module's features...
Important: This is an add-on module and so it can only be purchased after you own a license to the Visual Editor core module.
Due to the Yahoo! and MSN/Bing merger, and Teoma being owned by Ask Jeeves, DupeFree Pro shows results data from 5 of the major search engines: Google, Yahoo, Bing, Ask & Teoma.
Searching for duplicate content using these five search engines provides a very comprehensive data set for finding copies of your content online.
The Online Check module packs a lot of information in to its interface. To make it easier to view certain areas we've made the borders between the four windows completely adjustable.
Simply drag the window borders left and right or up and down to make a particular window larger or smaller.
The first window you will use in the Online Check module is the "project articles" window. This window lists all the articles in the current project and shows the last search results data for each article if a previous online check was performed.
The displayed data shows the date and time of the last online check and the average search results counts for that check at Google, Yahoo/Bing and Ask/Teoma.
When you click on an article in the "project articles" window the article will load in to the "current loaded article" window.
As well as displaying the article and it's title, if a prior online check was performed the text sections that were checked online will be highlighted in gray.
After clicking on an article in the "project articles" window, as well as the article loading in the "current loaded article" window, the data from the previous online check (if there is any) will load in the "text selection search results" window.
This window displays the text selections used in the last online check for the loaded article. The search results counts are displayed for each of the major search engines (Google, Yahoo/Bing, Ask/Teoma) as well as the average values.
The Online Check contains a full web browser within it's interface. Clicking on a search result in the "text selection search results" window will load that same search in the browser window.
This lets you manually check the search results to verify whether your content has been found or plagiarized online. (We've added some cool features to make this even easier - see further below)
When more than 3 sets of online check data that span a period of at least 3 days are present for an article, the search results history graph can be viewed. This graph provides a dynamic and adjustable graph showing the average search results counts for each of the search engines (Google, Yahoo/Bing, Ask/Teoma) over the entire time that online check data is available for the loaded article. As well as the individual averages for each of the search engines, an overall average line is also plotted. The graphs viewing period can be adjusted using the timeline slider under the graph.
This search results history graph is a great way to get a quick general overview of how much content is indexed by the search engines over a period of time that may be duplicate of an article. You can also use this history graph to see how well a syndicated piece of content gets index by the search engines over time.
It is often said that if you don't properly rewrite articles for each submission to article directories, when performing article marketing, the articles will initially be picked up by the search engines and the slowly get de-indexed as they are detected as duplicate content. This history graph is a great way to monitor your article marketing efforts to check your submissions don't suffer from this problem.
When selecting the text from an article to check online, you have two choices to how to select the text...
The selected text sections are added to the "text selection search results" window, where you can add a maximum of 5 text selections. A 5 selection limit is in place to help prevent your system from hammering the search engines as this could cause you to be detected as a automated bot and would cause your IP to be temporarily banned.
As each text selection is made the selected text becomes highlighted in gray in the "currently loaded article" window. This gray highlighting is stored in the DFP project file until you click the "clear" button to clear all text selections for the current article.
A fantastic feature of the Online Check module is the addition of the duplicate content highlighting and output percentage box.
With this functionality, at the click of the "locate matches" button, you can instantly compare the content in the current loaded article with the webpage content displayed in the browser window. Any content detected as duplicate (based on DupeFree Pro's customizable duplicate content algorithm) will be highlighted with matching colors across the "current loaded article" window and the browser window. Not only this, but you also get the output percentage box displaying the similarity percentage and number of matches found.
So it's now a whole lot easier and quicker to tell if an online webpage has copied your content or if it's just matching by a few text sections!
During the public beta phase we will be adding features and fixing reported bugs. A feature that will be added soon is the ability to export the online check data to an Excel compatible spreadsheet.
This export function is very handy, for example, if you are a writer working with a client because you can hand them an online check results spreadsheet showing there are no duplicates of your commissioned articles online.
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