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  3. tune says:

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    • antrodbiz says:

      Hi Tune,
      Sorry about the delay in getting back to you. There are many ways to prevent your blog from being plagiarized. Most of the ways are based on a paid program that helps prevent your page, html, text, etc from being copied.
      In most “blog” cases though I would suggest that you simply ask the user to attribute the comment to you, with a tag back to your page. That is a great way to help promote your blog. Of course the easiest way would be to produce your copyright information in a ‘paid’ for file. This req.. uires the user to purchase the content, rather like a book from amazon.

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