According to the Merriam - Webster Dictionary, plagiarism is the act of using another person's words or ideas without giving credit to that person. Here at The Writing Summit we take plagiarism very seriously! You can rest assured that we are working hard behind the scenes to help protect you and your publishing accounts.

  • Preventing Plagiarism

    We go to great lengths to stop plagiarism before it starts! Every writer is trained and tested on plagiarism and self-plagiarism and our staff understands that we expect nothing but 100% unique, quality content. We have a zero tolerance policy for plagiarized content.

  • Checking for Plagiarism

    We check 100% of all written work before it is delivered to a client. We also take efforts to check for self-plagiarism, a common but little known problem that can cause a great deal of trouble for publishers. In addition, we also have a system in place to help ensure that the content of your book is not also being shared with other clients, writers or third parties. Your content is safe with us!

  • Plagiarism Checkers

    We use the latest, secure and professionally tested plagiarism checking software. This software is one of the internets leading anti-plagiarism tools.

  • Limitations of Plagiarism Checkers

    Anti-plagiarism tools are amazingly useful, but have limitations. The tools are unable to distinguish between plagiarized content and product names and specifications, direct quotes, targeted key phrases, technical data and other similar examples, just to name a few. Plagiarism checkers also rely on Google. Text may be 100% free of plagiarism today, but when Google updates their database in three weeks, for instance, new content may appear.

  • False Positive Results

    The limitations of plagiarism checkers create a large number of false positive results. Our staff is well versed on interpreting the results and making sound decisions. You can trust that we have your best interest in mind and our goal is to provide quality, unique content.

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