Like every new born baby, the web world is also witnessing a new blog or website every day. Like you and me, most of the bloggers write our own content. But, there could be chances where our entire or partial content from any post is getting posted in one of those new or old blogs. If you find this annoying, then you are at the right place right now, because here in this post, I am going to help you find the people who copy the content from your blog.
How to find the sites that copy the content from your blog?
The best way to find such sites would be to use a plagiarism tool. We suggest you to use CopyScape for the same. It is an online plagiarism detection tool that can be used to find the websites which use our content without any changes on their sites.
Let me guide you on how to use the CopyScape.
Log on to copyscape.com
Enter the URL of your blog in the search bar and hit GO.
That’s it. Boom. You will find the results in the next page.
However, the CopyScape will display only the top 10 results from the search for free. To view the complete list, you will have to sign up the premium account.
There is also another way to find whether your content is being copied. Just copy and paste any sentence from your blog in the Google Search and then see if you can find any exact match in the search results. This way is free, but, it involves manually copying and pasting each and every sentence which would take a lot of time. So we suggest you to go ahead with CopyScape.
Let us know your views on what you think about the plagiarism in the web world by commenting in the comments section below. We’d love to hear about it from you.