Fri 16th Mar 2012, 11:30
What if the one that was cached first is the one who copied the content?
Originally Posted by AliceNolan
Fri 16th Mar 2012, 12:59
I think that it will be an issue with plagiarism. Like I said before, there are claims that copied articles are doing well in SERPs than the original poster. (e.g. http://groups.google.com/a/googlepro...ng/oWNS6e4DHrk and http://topicworld.net/showthread.php...inal-article!?).
Sat 17th Mar 2012, 13:36
If you wrote technical articles, you'll find similar posts in some forums. In other words, people who love sharing would copy it. Almost everybody knows how to do this.
Articles in the lifestyle category are rarely plagiarized unless you are a celebrity. And most of the celebrity lifestyle articles are to be used as material to become a part of a report.
Articles from people's point of view get the most chance for being plagiarized. Generally, they are the people from the same circle and websites that collect that type of information.
Mon 19th Mar 2012, 10:56
But why? I mean, it is based off on the writer's OWN opinion, so why do you think it's easier to get copied?
Originally Posted by stellaandreapark