Internet Plagiarism, Web Content Plagiarism, Unauthorized Duplication
I hope you must be getting a lot of traffic from search engines like Google but have you ever thought that many beginner bloggers have a tendency not to write and just copy, it may sound familiar because for school project we still use the cut-copy-paste.
Do you know that if Google finds your content plagiarized by some other blogger, you might get penalized as in domain authority? I hope you are aware of that…!
The sad part of it is the after-effects, once blacklisted from Google Search engine for web content plagiarism you won’t be able to publish Google Adsense ads or any other premium service onto your blog.
Now… if you are getting a little worried about this unauthorized duplication issue then its time you take help of technology… the best website to find whether you are a victim of web content plagiarism is COPYSCAPE. Copyscape is definitely a premium website for finding people and websites that are eating up your original content and in return hurting your website authority as well.
As a technology blogger, i would like to introduce you to this free content plagiarism checker which is effective and free of cost.
Check for Web Content Plagiarism with Blekko
This is probably one of the best alternatives (free) to Copyscape. Since copyscape cost $99/mo for premium account you can make good use of Blekko website and earn money by checking other website’s plagiarized content – just an option ;D
Once on Blekko, enter your domain name followed by /domainuptext see this (example). This query will provide you the cased of internet plagiarism concerned with your blog.
The command /domainuptext check your entire domain with other website on Google that might be using portions or full content from you domain. If you want to check pages one by one for unauthorized duplication of content try the code below.
This is probably the best free site i have found that works so good in finding accurate case of online plagiarism concerned with your website. I would still prefer copyscape and would recommend you as well to spend a few bucks on that if you have a well earning website because copyscape has a lot of features.
What to do if Content Plagiarism is found?
You can always file a DMCA request with Google claiming content ownership and get it removed from other blogs or websites, although if your content is very popular it would be a difficult job to remove all the content off web.
How do you protect your website against web plagiarism? Please share with readers of GizJets.
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