How do I make sure my work isn't being plagiarized somewhere deep inside the 'net'?
I'm really starting to worry... =~/
You can use copyscape.com to check, It provides 30 scans free after that .05 cents per scan ..so that would not be a problem
I always use google. Just copy a section of your hub, put it in quotation marks and paste it into google's search engine. It then performs a search for those exact words, in that order. The only one that should pop up is your article. It's not the most extensive method for finding duplicates, but I've located roughly 10 plagiarized hubs this way.
don't worry too much - after using the simple methods others have suggested, remember, that if you can't find plagiarized pages, chances are others won't find them eitther.
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