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The duplication of already-published content is running rampant online. Automatic scrapers will take unique published web content and copy it to publish on another website. This is to hopefully get the content indexed by the search engines so traffic will begin to flow to their website, eventually clicking on ads and other links published throughout the site or blog. When you discover scraped content from your blog on another website, it’s common to feel powerless and angry. However, there are many steps and actions that can be taken proactively and retroactively to decrease content scraping from occurring.
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