Use Copyscape to find out websites that have copied your contents

Use Copyscape to find out websites that have copied your contents



As a webmaster or blogger, maintaining the originality of your contents and ideas is one of the sure ways to build up reader loyalty to your page and make yourself a successful online adventurer. By being original, it means writing unique contents, utilizing unique and self-created media contents (like videos, pictures, audio clips and other graphics) within your posts and refining ideas in your own way so as to be able to meaningfully pass across your desired information to your readers. Although the idea you are trying to emphasize in a given post may have already been existing for a long time, what makes it unique and originally yours is the way you coin it together in your own exact words, improve on it through further researches and present it to your audience without infringing on the copyright of other web administrators and publishers. This is the simple concept of originality and it has a lot of advantages which includes a boost in your traffic level (since your readers will always be interested in the special manner in which you present your ideas), proper search engine optimization for your contents as a result of their unique nature, more money for you through online advertisements since your readers will realize it that your site generates the needed high quality and targeted traffic, a continuous increase in the fame and popularity of your website because of its excellent nature, public confidence in your abilities as an expert webmaster and a host of other benefits.
However, it is quite disheartening that after you must have taken out your precious time to crack your brain and make up new and exclusive contents for your blogs and websites, a 'copy act' will come out from nowhere and reproduce your exact original contents on his or her page. In most cases, the contents of such 'copying writers' will rank more than yours in the search engines. Much credits goes to Google, Yahoo, Bing and other major search engines for their constant monitoring of the several websites and blogs participating in their advertisement programs against this very bad issue of 'Copy and paste'. They frown at such sites and do not accept them to participate in their respective online ads publishing programs like Google adsense and Yahoo Publisher Network (through Media.net). But you should not worry yourself or panic because every problem has a solution.

Use Copyscape to find out websites that have copied your contents

To check if your website or blog contents have been illegally tampered with or copied by other lazy webmaster, I'll recommend you to use this very powerful duplicate content finder located at www.copyscape.com. Basically, it is absolutely free to use this plagiarism checker. Once you are on the site's homepage, type in your website's url into the field provided and submit the form. Instantly, the site will present a feedback to you showing you the various websites (if any) that have copied and duplicated your contents or those that have similar contents with yours. For more features, you can even use their premium service made available at www.copysentry.com and get more out of the site. With this paid service, you can easily scan through your articles (whether already published, yet to be published, modified, bought or posted by a guest) and find out if they exist elsewhere on the web. Also, you can get a free banner from the site with which to protect your online contents. All you need to do is to place it on your homepage and by default, it reads 'Protected by Copyscape'. The banner protects your copyrighted contents and warns the 'copy cats' to keep off from them. You also can customize the banner to your taste too.

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