Like most online creations, the exact definition of “blogs” is still very much in flux. At its very basic, blogs — or “Web logs” — are literally online diaries with articles, writings, photos, Web links or other entries made by the blogs’ creators, or “bloggers.”
Blogs are designed to be easy to set up and even easier to maintain by giving anyone familiar with word processing a way to air whatever is on their mind to anyone who cares to read.
But what is When someone copies your content, here is what we got it for you today. Take a look at the following article.
Following are some of the excellent three Tips on what to do when someone has copied your content. Stay Tune for more article.
- You can send a polite request to the site owner to remove copied content. This solves the issue 90% of the time. [Though it may sound crazy but we have seen that people think any material available on the web can be used by anyone freely].
- If you don’t get a response, you send a harsh mail telling about what can be done if they do not remove the content. Things like complain to Google Adsense or their advertising agencies or the web host scares them off. This solves the issue 9% of the time.
- Rest hard-core 1% needs a complain to be sent to their webhost or advertising partners.
We hope in such cases, the problem could be solved in these three steps. Do leave your reviews and suggestions, if you want to add anything to the list.