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Old 04-23-2011, 03:47 AM
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How to deal with plagiarism and general trolling on my blog

I started a blog in a nice little gaming niche have gathered a small growing userbase. Unfortunately my main competitor has started stealing my content and literally trolling me on facebook fanpages etc stealing my pr.

From what i have googled i can report him to google for stealing content. Stop right clicking on my website. Does anyone else have any tips.

the worst part is i develop alot of original content which takes along time and he just posts it straight to his forum. it just plain out sucks and is so frustrating.

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Old 04-23-2011, 09:21 AM
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Issue a DMCA notice to the offender and cc their domain registrar and web hosting. See our Copyright Resources thread for information.

You can also report to Google.

Disabling the right click does not work. There are other ways to get the content so this is a waste of time and also annoying to your legit visitors.

If you have a RSS feed, do you have a copyright notice in there?
 
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Old 04-23-2011, 03:57 PM
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I have an rss feed but my only but my only copyright notice is in the footer of my homepage/template. Thanks i never knew i should put on in the Rss.

I was thinking of blocking his i.p as he still comes along and rips stories off my site, changes the words and posts them to his.

Thanks for your help anyway.
 
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I started a blog in a nice little gaming niche have gathered a small growing userbase. Unfortunately my main competitor has started stealing my content and literally trolling me on facebook fanpages etc stealing my pr.

From what i have googled i can report him to google for stealing content. Stop right clicking on my website. Does anyone else have any tips.

the worst part is i develop alot of original content which takes along time and he just posts it straight to his forum. it just plain out sucks and is so frustrating.

Thanks
there is no other way without reporting. if Google don't response then send them again.
fix the copyright issue that HTML said.
blocking his IP is not a solution. cause there are hundreds of ways to get in to your site
 
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