SEO Coaching Experts Help Retrieve Stolen Content
Sinai Marketing is among a handful of SEO companies that offer professional SEO coaching and advice about retrieving stolen content, or receiving the recognition/compensation deserved for writing it.
TAMPA, FLORIDA-When content is placed on the Internet, the odds of it getting stolen are high. But donít worry, Sinai Marketing, an SEO company is Los Angeles, has tips to help get stolen content back.
The company has previously offered tips and tools for protecting content with the warning that there is no sure way to protect it besides keeping it off the Internet altogether.
ďGoogle loves sharing,Ē says Ali Husayni, CEO of Sinai Marketing, which provides professional law firm SEO services. ďThe problem is that there are dishonest websites that steal content and because of their sitesí popularity, they end up getting credit for it.Ē
The original author should be the one who receives the credit and reaps the benefits of their shared content that is optimized for proper keyword density - not a thief. Here are some methods and tools that can be used to identify if content has been stolen.
Use a search engine- Take a phrase from the original content in quotes and run a Google search. If the content appears somewhere other than the authorís site, it may have been stolen. The same can be done for your images with a Google image search.
Copyscape- This online service locates content that is a copy or similar to the owners by using the URL it originated from. A banner can also be added to content that warns thieves itís protected by Copyscape.
CopyrightSpot- This service works like Copyscape. You simply use the URL to a webpage or blog feed that contains your work and it locates copies of it.
TinEye- TinEye scans for stolen images, even ones that have been altered. A Google image search can be conducted for the subject of an image- ďwhite horse,Ē for example. Search results may reveal the original image.
Google Alerts- Use the title of the content/blog in quotes and schedule an alert where Google will provide updates as the content is posted.
Once you have identified that your content has indeed been stolen, we suggest using the following steps suggested by Lorelle VanFossen to get it back or get you the credit you deserve:
Contact the blogger- Stay professional and provide them time to make things right since content isnít always stolen intentionally. Make sure there is a specific time frame allotted for them to meet the requests made before taking further action and maintain a paper trail. If their contact information canít be located, a Whois Lookup may help, or try Googling them.
Initiate a cease and desist order- After the time allotted for the thiefís action has passed, itís time to take legal action with a cease and desist order. Located here are free templates and additional information about the proper use of a cease and desist order.
Involve other parties- If a few days pass with no response to the cease and desist, the businesses that advertise on the violatorís blog should be contacted. Most advertisers want to work with honest clients, so giving them evidence of the bloggerís infringement and evidence that they refuse to take action should lead to quick reaction.
Bring in the big guns- Thanks to the Digital Millennium Copyright Act, search engines assist by removing the blog from search results after receiving adequate evidence of dishonesty.
About Sinai Marketing
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