I use copyscape, it is a good tool for searching the internet if someone has the same content as you. It is also pretty easy to use. You can find it in google.
If you are also worried about images being copied you can use tineye.
That is one way to check on your images along with your content. Another great way to check and ensure that your content is not being copied is to use Small SOE tools. You just simply copy and paste.
Hope this helps and answers your question.
I've found the easiest way to determine if you work is being copied is copy a couple of sentences from your work and paste it into a search engine. When you search, your work should pop up in the search engine. If you see your material listed on other sites, someone has stolen your work. Click on the link to view it. You can contact that person to take it down and then turn them into Google if they are using Google Adsense on their site. Google will make them take it down and potentially take away their account.
You can use sites that do the work for you or you can simply type in bits of your work. I found that someone took my hub about Adult Relational Aggression and copied word for word on tumblr. They didn't even try to spin it or anything. I contacted tumblr and they removed the content. I want views but heck, they must view it HERE
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by softhard 6 years ago
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