Sep 28 Posted 5 years ago
The two authors voiced their complaints by posting comments to the blogger's most recent post.
Hard to believe that someone claiming the moniker of professional would act as anything but. Sad.
Of course, for myself, I'd be thrilled if someone thought my work actually worth stealing...
Sep 27 Posted 5 years ago
Thanks Leo, good tip!
Sep 27 Posted 5 years ago Plagiarism is a problem that any blogger that creates original content must monitor daily. I use a tool called Copyscape to check the web for plagiarism of my work daily: http://www.copyscape.com/ Not to mention that plagiarism may also earn you a ranking penalty from Google's Panda.
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