i think one of my article is copy pasted in a website (i dont know the site address) .How can i check similar copies of my article in WWW (world wide web)?
Google a couple of sentences. If they show up on sites that aren't yours, you've been copied for sure.
thank you for quick reply , but i dont get your answer?
how can i check which all sites are providing back link to my hub?
Follow the address that shows up when your text shows up in Google, then you will find out where it was published.
Kevin, you haven't been copied. You only have three hubs so I was able to search all of them for you. The skyscrapers one isn't indexed yet in Google though, which I found somewhat odd.
This will tell you all sites linking to your pages.
Thank you for helping ...and how to give copy writeed protection to my hubs ....is there any tool to check automatically ?
I dont have enough time to check in google.....(busy with link building ,social book marking etc.....)
I find it interesting that no one has mentioned that HubPages itself will tell you when a Hub has been copied.
A red copyright symbol will show up next to your Hub title on your main statistics page when the content has been published elsewhere. Viewing the Hub will show you a link to click to get a list of URLs where the content appears.
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