Content Theft: How to find out if your content has been copied?

Educated Unemployed Indian

“You can’t always depend on external sources to inform you about potential content theft.”

You might find out that your content has been copied by someone somewhere by one of your friends, readers or well wishers. This may only happen if you are lucky enough to have a huge number of well wishers spread out on all directions.

But, what about the rest of us who are lucky to get our content copied but not lucky enough to find out about it!

Well, we’ll have to depend on the following ways to find out about content copy-

1. Google search

Content theft, Google search Look it up!

Using Google search is the most simple and free way to find out whether your content has been copied by someone on the Internet. All you have to do is pick up few words or a sentence from your blog post, and copy and paste that…

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