How To Help Stop Somebody Stealing Your Blog Posts

Protect your blog contents! This extremely helpful post by Hugh’s Views and News will tell you how. (It’s on my ToDo List and I’ll be getting it done as soon as possible, myself!) Thanks to Hugh for sharing this, and I hope some of you will find the post as informative as I have. Check it out, and don’t forget to pass it along. 🙂

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I recently stumbled upon a blog where the author had copied and was using my blog posts. No pingbacks or mention that I was the original author, just plain copy and pasting of some of my posts and images. It left me feeling angry, yet I also felt honoured that my work must be good enough if somebody wanted to copy it.

Photo by Lukas on Pexels.com

Unfortunately, with the internet being such a vast and open space used by billions of people worldwide, the chances of that happening to any one of us who publishes anything on the internet is a distinct possibility. Whether it be photos, fiction, reviews, poetry, recipes or gardening tips, everything faces the chance of being copied and somebody else taking full credit for your hard work.

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In my case, I contacted the blogger concerned and asked them to remove all of my…

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4 thoughts on “How To Help Stop Somebody Stealing Your Blog Posts

  1. Thanks so much for reblogging, Marcia.
    I hope nobody reading the post has to go through the process of issuing a DMCA for copyright infringement against another blogger, but the other tips in the post should also help it not ever happening.
    Have a great week.

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    • It was my pleasure to reblog this, Hugh. I learned a lot from the post, and it was all stuff that others could benefit from. It’s HIGH on my list of things to take care of on my own blog, for sure. Thanks for sharing such great information with us. 🙂 ❤

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    • Thanks for passing the word along, Harmony. I’m sure there are many (like me) who have never given this a lot of thought, and we really do need to be careful. I’m happy to share Hugh’s advice and very clear instructions. And implementing these things is on my SHORT List of blog items to take care of. 🙂

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