Be Proactive – Follow These Steps To Be PROACTIVE In Protecting Your Content

Now yesterday I talked about a horrific personal experience I had a few years back when not only was my content stolen but my ENTIRE blog was stolen.  You can read my initial post here.

Now as with most things related to internet marketing, being proactive is the best thing you can do if you are serious about your business and the time you’ve spent creating it.

So let’s look at some steps you can take.

Step 1  You can manually put some of your content in double quotation marks in the google search bar and see if you can see those unique sentences and paragraphs elsewhere online.

Step 2 You can use Copyscape and other plagiarism monitoring websites to test the uniqueness of your content against other sites on the web.

Step 3 Google Alerts is another effective way to find out which phrases have been used elsewhere in your articles.  It is a good idea to put your personal name into these alerts and you will receive a notification with a link to any web page with similar content in the future.

Interesting Feedback From Matt Cutts

It’s pretty crazy that Google and the head of the web spam team, Matt Cutts openly admit that sites with stolen, duplicated content can actually outrank the original author’s site.

Take a moment to watch this informative video.

Mark Thompson has just released a wordpress plugin to help us with this very issue.

It’s called Plagiarism Avenger (pretty cool name) and you can find more about it here. It goes live at 11am on 6 August 2013.

When you install Plagiarism Avenger on your blogs it will do all the super important PROACTIVE tasks that marketers need to protect their hard work:

  • Protects Your Content
  • Sets Up Uniqueness Monitoring Levels
  • Monitors Content in Both Google & Bing
  • White Lists Authority + Article Syndication Sites
  • Sends Automated Email Alerts
  • Runs Extensive and Archival Reports
  • Allows you to Easily File DMCA Requests

You can find more about it via the link below:


Now as a special bonus for purchasing Plagiarism Detective via my affiliate link I am going to give you an exclusive bonus tips on what you need to do should you find someone else using your content online and proving that it’s yours!

Here’s all you need to do to get it:

Click on the links in this post at 11am on 6 August 2013 to get Plagiarism Detective:

When you access your purchase in your JVZoo account in My Purchases you will see my bonus there for you with additional advice for what you should do (if you can’t see it easily on the page just do a search for Colleen and you should find it easily then :O)

Easy peasy.



PS: It takes 15 seconds to set up the plugin on your blog…and the 2-click DMCA application makes it super easy for you to contact the search engines, web hosts, and even ISPs with just a few clicks.

Plagiarism Avenger is also backed by a money back guarantee for your peace of mind.

PPS: Yes, there is an oto and it’s entirely up to you whether you want it but it’s called Image Avenger which will actually protect your images from being stolen.


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