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    in general google reference who has added first the article, who copied the 2nd section is concidere like duplicate

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    Quote Originally Posted by islem16 View Post
    in general google reference who has added first the article, who copied the 2nd section is concidere like duplicate
    Google doesn't always get it right as to which was the original though. When your content has been copied you should send a DMCA to Google to advise them of the duplication as well as requesting for the thief to remove it.
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    Many of us creatives take a long time to create our work, weather it be written or image based it's still our intellectual property and we still own the copyright. That is the real issue of what is stolen. Whilst Copyscape or other programs/site won't stop people copying works, the reporting of sites that publish your Intellectual property and requesting the offending site is notified that the breach has been noted may help to curb the stealing of content.

    I would suggest Informing the host company of any site found to be displaying your work

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    It cannot be stopped. we should learn to live with it until some major action is taken for copyright violation by government or by the search engines.

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    You know, I'm not so sure that those who are on the soapbox spouting rhetoric such as, "it can't be stopped," "embrace it, you'll get backlinks", and other such drivel don't have an ulterior motive for wanting those who put in the effort to write original content let thieves get away with their work unscathed.

    I've been writing for the web since 1999 and nobody has to "put up with" intellectual property theft. There are ways to make thieves stop pillaging your content. However, just like in the world on the ground, you have to catch them and penalize them one thief at a time.
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    Quote Originally Posted by rajx22 View Post
    It cannot be stopped. we should learn to live with it until some major action is taken for copyright violation by government or by the search engines.
    Governments take action to protect copyright! Last year the English government tried to pass a law that would mean copyright would be almost none exhistant. Thankfully the AOP (Association of Photography) lobbied the government successfully to prevent such changes.

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    I think there is no way to prevent site content being copied because you allowing the browser to display the content. Once the contents has been displayed on web browser then any one easily get a copy of the page.

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    Choose a phrase from your content that is not in widespread use and create a google alert for it.

    This will not stop people copying your content, but as soon as google picks it up you will get an email notifying you. Then you can go down the usual road of contacting the webmaster; then a DMCA notice etc.

    However, be aware that many one-click auto-blog software packages spin the copied text or translate out and then back in again to alter the text. For this reason, I often choose text that gives a name or some other non-spinable/untranslatable words to set up my google alert with.

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    be the one with higher authority on that subject and it doesn't matter if people copy your content, google will still rank you higher.

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    I'm currently using Copyscape. I just used it recently cause I found duplicates of my content.

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    Sometimes I used google and would accidentally find some other websites copying my articles.

    I hate this kind of theft!

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    Number 1 is CopyScape, 2nd is articlechecker.com and the 3rd one I recommend is dupefreepro.com

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    Quote Originally Posted by fernades View Post
    How can I find if some one copied my blog contents and posted it in his own blog? Anyway to prevent this?
    You can do this easily copyscape is a good way to know where your written articles or matter has been placed by others. But you need to buy connects in copyscape, there are many other website like plagirisma, ed-grammarly, duplichecker etc which can also given the links and location of the copied content. So try it, it will definitely help you.

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    It happens a lot on the internet, one thing search engines cant deal with is duplicates!

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    Quote Originally Posted by ahmd View Post
    Copyscape is one of the best technique to check the Content copied by any other user from your profile.I also dont have any idea about preventing others from copying the content please help me.Does SERP's penalize them for copying the content?.How far does they drop from their rank in SERP's after copying the content.
    Yes definitely search engine catches the spin content and copied content as well that is why when someone copied any contents from anywhere if the original content knows it or the content indexed in google search engine then the one who copied content from there search engine do not execute and indexed that content. And some time the whole website gets to the spam in google search engine spam directory. Google introduced a powerfull tools to contain this problem which is known as google panda, it suppose to be a killer tool for spammer.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ahmd View Post
    ...I also dont have any idea about preventing others from copying the content please help me...
    The only 100% way to guarantee that your content will not be copied is not to publish it on the Internet in the first place. There are various methods that will make it slightly harder for someone to copy your web content and/or images, but anyone intent on copying your work will be able to copy it one way or another.

    The best you can do is monitor for copies of your work and then take the appropriate action. This thread already has some excellent ideas on how to do that.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Madeira View Post
    The only 100% way to guarantee that your content will not be copied is not to publish it on the Internet in the first place. There are various methods that will make it slightly harder for someone to copy your web content and/or images, but anyone intent on copying your work will be able to copy it one way or another.

    The best you can do is monitor for copies of your work and then take the appropriate action. This thread already has some excellent ideas on how to do that.
    Yeah but a newbie don't know how to catch those spammer or copier, basically when someone copies some content from other site the original site owner have no time to discover who are copying his/her website content. So this problem still there but you can report search engine team to take action on this or these copied and spammed website. This will be the only way to get rid from this problem other wise there is no way to get rid from it.

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    There are lots of things you can do to prevent your content from content thieves:

    1. Place a copyright image from copyscape
    2. File a DMCA complain to Google who copies your content
    3. Send a cease and desist notice
    4. Inform to the website hosting provider about this

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    Quote Originally Posted by bradchamp View Post
    There are lots of things you can do to prevent your content from content thieves:

    1. Place a copyright image from copyscape
    2. File a DMCA complain to Google who copies your content
    3. Send a cease and desist notice
    4. Inform to the website hosting provider about this
    Great suggestion
    The problem is it is too much time consuming and frustating

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    Quote Originally Posted by investorbees View Post
    Great suggestion
    The problem is it is too much time consuming and frustating
    There are many things in life that we must do to keep our property safe and yes, they are time-consuming and frustrating, but we do them. It may not be fair, it may not be "Right", but we do them because they are necessary.
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    Quote Originally Posted by bradchamp View Post
    There are lots of things you can do to prevent your content from content thieves:

    1. Place a copyright image from copyscape
    2. File a DMCA complain to Google who copies your content
    3. Send a cease and desist notice
    4. Inform to the website hosting provider about this
    How to do " Place a copyright image from copyscape"? Do I need to register on copyscape?? is it paid???

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    Quote Originally Posted by steevealex View Post
    How to do " Place a copyright image from copyscape"? Do I need to register on copyscape?? is it paid???
    Yes you need to be a registered member, copyscape charge membership fee and give you different facilities like, you can easily catches spammer and sopied content, place a copyright image into your content and many different other facilities...

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    If you use Wordpress, install the Digiprove widget

    It has a copyright feature which records you as the content owner and places a copyright notice after each article.

    The widget can also disable the right-click copy function so people can't highlight and copy your content. Granted if they really wanted to, they can by typing the whole thing out, but disabling the right-click function makes it more harder and annoying for content thieves.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mindofz View Post
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    disabling the right-click function makes it more harder and annoying for content thieves.
    Not to mention more tempting by presenting an extremely weak and easily circumvented "challenge"

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    There is always something you can do when you keep getting your content stolen: profit from it. It is your content, so be sure to label it as such. An experienced coder will have no problem adding an "extra" label of links back to your sites in your RSSs and main sites. In the worst case the user will see the links as plain text (no hyperlink) but still they will recognize what you've wrote (i.e. This content has been reproduced WITHOUT permission from the original owners at MY-SITE . com).


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