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A Blog Post Which Speaks Almost All About Blogging Including Plagiarism!

blogwritingtipsHere Is a Blog Post Which Speaks Almost Everything About Blogging.

This is a website post by Blog Evangelist Lorelle VanFossen!

Hey, Anyone plagiarised or copied your hard-earned content recently?   Or in other words, is anyone published your well-crafted post on their website as their post?

Well, this is what is happening in and around the internet world.  A common thing in the online world.

But if you come across any such situation in your writing life, do not worry, here is a website which talks almost everything about Plagiarism

Well, Don’t worry, here’s what you need to fight back when you face such things.  Go through the contents on the pages of Lorelle

In fact, I found this post in the year 2012, that is in the initial stage of my blogging journey. And the mistake I made while posting this information you can find out from the pages. :-)  This is a repurposed post Read on…

“What Do You Do When Someone Steals Your Content”

This post speaks all about what you need to do when someone steals your hard made pages!

The writer says:

“Having been the target of copyright thieves, and working with writers, authors, and photographers on copyright protection and laws for over 25 years, I thought I’d talk a little about what to do when someone steals your content.”

“First, you noticed that I didn’t say “if” someone steals your content. That was on purpose.

With the glut of information on the Internet, it’s now a matter of “when” not “if”.

Read this Informative Blog from Blog Evangelist Lorelle Click WHAT DO YOU DO WHEN SOMEONE STEALS YOUR CONTENT?

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blog postAbout The Author:  Lorelle VanFossen is a  keynote, trainer, writer, and consultant on web writing, web design, and blogging, especially working with WordPress.

She is also known as a blog evangelist, on WordPress, she writes everything WordPress, blogging, social media, covering more than you may want to know about how all this blogging business and social stuff works.

 

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Source: Lorelle @ Word Press

Published on: Sep 14, 2015 @ 01:08

 

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3 Comments

  1. Mary Sloane
    Mary Sloane

    Interesting article Philip and a little sobering when you realize it is only a matter of time.

    It is sad that people can’t at least give credit where credit is due… at least admit you’re not the author although you’d be surprised how many pieces of software there are out there that scrape good content for the use of the scraper’s owners

    Sad reality

    Thanks for the helpful hints for when it does happen
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    September 14, 2015
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    • Hi Mary,
      Thanks a lot for the kind visit and the wonderful informative insight you brought in to this subject.
      Yes, it is really a shameful thing to note that many writers, even bloggers just copy and paste others contents on their pages and show their heads up to put later down. Very disappointing thing is that they not even give a source credit to the original writer. To catch such robbers there are many ways mentioned in this wonderful page.
      Sorry for the delay in attending your comment,
      Thanks again for your valuable time.
      Keep sharing
      Best Regards
      ~ Philip

      September 24, 2015
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