Jonathan Bailey: Protecting Your Content – Stopping Scrapers, Spammers and Plagiarists

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Published

April 3, 2017

Great content makes a great website. But while most toil to write put together great pages and posts, many sites take shortcuts, including scraping content or even just plagiarizing it outright. This infringement of your work can hurt your site’s SEO and your trust with readers, making it crucial that put a stop to it.

Fortunately, there are ways you can protect your work. Whether it’s preventing infringement, tracking your content’s use or putting a stop to ongoing misuse, there are tools available.

This talk will guide you through building a strategy to protect your work including WordPress settings that can minimize content misuse, plugins that can help protect your content and strategies for monitoring and defeating ongoing infringement.

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WordCamp New Orleans 2016 17

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Jonathan Bailey 1

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content 129
Plagiarists 1
Scrapers 1
Spammers 1

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English 5196

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