Thursday, July 5, 2012

Track Content on Social Networks with Plagium!


Plagium is happy to introduce a new service that can scan text within Facebook postings and Twitter feeds. For a limited period of time this capability is totally free and has no daily search limit. 

(Note: comments posted on Facebook are excluded from this feature).

5 comments:

  1. Plagium track results for single word who don't have any string with other content in blog. So results is not true.

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  2. A "versão" anterior onde apareciam círculos indicando o % de plagio tornava nosso trabalho mais eficiente. Por que motivo removeram esta indicação? Seria possivel voltar? The "version" which appeared earlier circles indicating the% of plagiarism made ​​our work more efficient. Why removed this statement? It would be possible to go back?

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    1. Hi Ademir: thank you for your feedback, this is very important for us.
      It's not clear for us what you mean: do you mean you can't see the rank (%) bellow the document ?
      The rank appears on Quick Search, on Deep Search, File Search and Alert Search results in a little colored badge (red, orange, blue, black). Red or Orange means it should be checked. Can you tell us more about it, we will be happy to fix it or to add this info, if it's really missing.
      Regards,
      The Plagium Team

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    2. Hello explain thus:. Before the% was also shown in a "balloon". Now only%. There was a better view

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    3. Hi Ademir:
      The "balloon" is probably the Text Usage Timeline.
      The Plagium Timeline tracks the usage of text over time. This can be a useful tool for a quick glance at how often a text block in question is reused and propagated to different web publications. Each detected occurrence of the text under investigation is indicated by a “bubble” along the timeline. The larger the bubble, the more the retrieved web page matches the text. Note: some dates may be inaccurate because our system only detects the date of the web page containing the text, not necessarily the date the text was created.
      The Timeline is only available for news search (not web).
      We do not show the timeline for web documents because publication date of web documents is usually inaccurate.
      We hope this answers your question.
      Do not hesitate to write us at info@plagium.com.
      Regards,
      The Plagium Team

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