Some bloggers are now finding that since Google’s Panda Update, scraper sites are outranking their original content. Content creators need to track down these scrapers and force them to remove copyrighted material if they don’t want their originals to disappear from the search results.
When Software Advice recently registered all content on their website, they took notes throughout the process and shared them with others in a blog post. Lauren Karlson was kind enough to give me a heads up on their comprehensive post written by their Director of Marketing Houston Neal so I could share it with my readers.
You can read the post How to Beat Content Scrapers – And Avoid Google Panda Penalties – With Copyright Protection on their blog.
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