Whether you believe it or not but every day people who think that blogging is a get rich quick scheme try to copy your content for their own blog. They do not want to put in efforts and are just looking for shortcuts towards success by stealing your content.
You can use this copyrighted content removal service by Google to report alleged copyright infringement but it’s always better to take precautions. I understand there is no hundred percent guarantee of stopping people from stealing your content but there are ways by which you can use this to build back links.
This is a free service called copy and paste from Tynt. Once you register at their website you will be provided with a script code that you just need to paste on your website and you are done.
Now this will not prohibit anyone from copying your content but it will add an attribution link back to your website.
Maximum of the people who copy content do not want to put in any efforts and just simply copy and paste the articles on their blog. So if you have this script installed on your website then the following text will get added to your post wherever it is pasted.
Read more: “URL of the web page from where the text was taken”
Tynt also provides you with a dashboard with analytics to track that how many times the content from your site has been copied, how many back links got generated and what is the SEO value that you gained also how many page views got generated through those links.
You can even add your own message to link the viewers of that site to your social media accounts. Basically you can ask them to follow your Twitter, Facebook pages etc