Professional Community for Car Dealers, Automotive Marketers and Sales Managers
Duplicate content is a major factor for search engine ranking for years,but after Google Panda Up gradation which is most highlighted topic ever.But some time it’s hard to identify or track a duplicate content by a common people those maintaining their own business/personal website or blog.And this panda up gradation eventually hammered those innocent website owner’s,those intelligent property stolen by some bad business’s just to boost their adsense and other advertisement revenue.
Now the question comes in mind how can we track our content?Is it possible in a easiest and time saving way?I would say yes its possible too some extent.If you want to track or concerned about your web content piracy then you can use copyscape.com and Google in a simplified way.First I would suggest using COPYSCAPE.COM and the process is so simple:
Go to copyscape.com, paste your website url or page which you need to track and then you can see the results.Also if you have a blog which having 10k+ pages and you need to figure out the dupe content issue just before your site’s search engine ranking demoted by Google Panda,then you can use copyscape.com premium services(which I use for my client’s)
Another best way is to use Google itself to track duplicate content and content piracy for your website.Just go to your website/blog select one page or article which content you want to track, take a one para graph or maximum 32 words(at latest) at a time and paste it on Google by using double inverted comma and see if Google shows any exact matching articles or pages available on Google search result or not,if you find any exact matching then you can track them,if they are unauthorized for using your content, then you can move with available legal step’s.
Here are the step’s from how to use Google for dupe content identification:
So this is the simplified process besides using any service provider or using a paid tools.Hope this information will help you to protect your content piracy.