How To Report A Blog Post To Copy Spam To Fight Against Plagiarism?
A few months ago, we talked about the Copscape service under the title, is someone copying your blog?
Copyscape is an online service that helps you find out who is copying your blog post. If someone is copying your blog post, which is called plagiarism.
There are several reasons why people copy your blog post.
- Lack of understanding (mostly of newbie)
- Spam blogs (for getting traffic and rights)
- MFA Blog (Made for Adsense)
There can be any reason for this. No matter who is copying your blog, it’s bad for you in many ways and especially search engine rankings. Occasionally a blog that imitates your content is better than you, and in this way you lose all traffic despite your hard work. When someone copies the content of your blog, you will definitely lose:
- Your bandwidth
- Search Engine Ranking
- Image Hotlinking
The point here is that if someone is copying your blog, then you should take it seriously. The first approach should contact the author and they should understand the concept of plagiarism. You should also read how to handle plagiarism?
In most cases it works. If not, you can report to that blog’s advertising partner or blog hosting company. To make my work easier, I am pointing to some hosts with a contact page to report abuse
Hosting report link
Blogspot Blogspot Spam
WordPress.com WordPress.com Spam
blog.co.in blog abuse. co.in
Dreamhost Dreamhost Spam
Reporting Adsense Adsense
Youtube Youtube Spam
By reporting spam, you are actually participating in the blogging community’s effort to keep it clean.
Share your experience with people copy paste and how do you fight against them?