Reporting Plagiarism To Google

It is annoying at times to find out that someone has taken your article or image from your blog and pass it as their own. Worse still, they did not even bother to acknowledge that this article was written by you on their post.

There will be those who are simply ignorant that this is a practice that will be frown upon,  and highlighting such matter to them can make them learn something in return. However, there will be others who simply ignore your complaint or request for them to removed the article from their blog or website.

Reporting Plagiarism To Google

The best way to protect your website ranking from getting compromise or lands up having Google question you regarding the authencity of the same article on your blog or website instead, you should take the right step to mitigate the situation. Yes! You should report it to Google.

“How to report plagiarism to Google…” is an article written by Jim Luthra and it is something you can consider about.

Hope you will gain some insight regarding this matter and take the right action to protect your website or blog articles or graphics from being plagiarize without your knowledge.

 

 

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