Detect Plagiarism: Use CopyGator.com

Nobody likes it when they find that their content, hard written content has been copied by another site. However, the fact is, if your site is on the internet, then it can and will be copied, and it is difficult to stop this from happening. Where you get more involved is when you define a process for what to do, with the elements of this process being:
– Find out whether you are being copied
– Send warning letters to whoever is copying you to stop their stealing your content
– Escalating the process, including sending this information to their hosting service, to Google Adsense, and sending cease letters under the DMCA
The first important step is to detect that your content is being copied, and there are numerous tools for the same purpose. Here is one.
CopyGator (site link) is a site that detects copies of your blog / contents.
From the site:

This is a free service designed to monitor your RSS feed and find where your content has been republished in the blogosphere. We automatically notify you when a new post of yours is copied to another feed, we also build an overview page you can view to see how/when/where your content is being duplicated, quoted or plagiarized.

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