Contently's plagiarism policy

Modified on Sun, 27 Nov 2022 at 05:00 PM

We pride ourselves on delivering outstanding, original content to every client thanks to the incredible contributors in our network. To maintain this standard, the Contently platform automatically and immediately reviews every draft submitted for plagiarism. If we discover that plagiarism has occurred, the contributor responsible will immediately be removed from all active and potential opportunities of receiving work through Contently.


Contently defines plagiarism as any work taken from a previously published source without proper attribution. That includes repurposing work you yourself have published previously, even on a personal blog or website. If you're unsure if it's plagiarism, check out this chart:


Infographic courtesy of Poynter.


You can read more about Contently's approach to plagiarism here.

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