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The Cruel Steps Protecting Your Content

Protecting Your Content

It doesn’t matter how good the technique you use to protect your content its still has a weakness. I have principles (i think everybody have it n’ don’t thinking that your is the best!), sophisticated protection will not be able to handle a conventional subterfuge. Why is it, most of the protection system are too focused on the sophisticated things so they forget the old way.

Let’s see a protection of the stingy blog authors and you guys who want your name mentioned in a copy paste as a source text, please see my old tricks. but first consider how to protect them below.

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The term refers to duplicate copy paste content from a blog/website. Copy paste is not something prohibited to do, but often happens is too many copy paste without acknowledgment source! If it’s forgotten maybe can be tolerated, but many to pretended to forget, do not acknowledge, or even bullying when you give notice to include the source. :P

Here are some tips to take action against perpetrators of copy paste that doesn’t list the source.

This methode is to insert a remote link javascript code on your blog article, here are the steps;

  1. Create a remote file .js


    Now instead of google.com URL into the URL that you want so that the copied paste blog directed. It can be set to the URL of your blog, or a fake login (if you want more cruel again) then copy and paste into a text editor like notepad, then in the save as the .js format. e.g. file name: script.js. Save the file and then plan where directory to upload, e.g. URL/directoryscriptjs but don’t uploaded yet.

  2. The next step is to insert the remote caller code on your articles

    <script src=”http://www.YourDomain.com/directoryscriptjs/script.js” type=”text/javascript”></script>

    Consider URL/directoryscriptjs is where you had planned to perform upload a remote script in the previous step. Where pasting this code? Place all mattered in your articles. This code be invisible. The remote code is still inactive as long as you don’t upload the script.js file.

  3. The right time to activate.
    If there is already a copy paste, that’s when you activate it, to perform remote you just need to upload script.js to the directory you have previously planned.


    as soon as you activate the target blog page will run a command from the remote files, in this case the redirect function.

    Several javascript functions besides redirect:

    • Javascript alert (file .js):

      alert (“Article source http://www.YourDomain.com”)

    • Google adsense javascript inserted in your articles:

      <script src=”http://www.YourDomain.com/directoryscriptjs/adsense.js” type=”text/javascript”></script>
      <script src=”http://pagead2.googlesyndication.com/pagead/show_ads.js” type=”text/javascript”></script>

      The contents of the file adsense.js (adjusted with your adsense code).

Biggest Image.
Same principle, by inserting the code on your articles, but the code is HTML code for images:

<img src=”http://www.YourDomain.com/images/your-images.jpg” />

Similar as previous method, but now you may delayed upload the image file: your-images.jpg. As long as you don’t uploaded the image, it will not appear in your article/content. Later when you want to be executed you may set the size and contents of image. Suppose you set 10000 pixel X 10000 pixel.. OMG! :P LOL.. damn images size rite! :)

Softly But Sure
This is the most subtle way to put your URL that’s invisible on your articles so that when the copy paste done it will carried.

<a href=”http://www.YourDomain.com/ArticleTitle/trackback/”>.</a>

Note the trailing dot (.) would become an anchor of your URL or it could be inserted at an arbitrary articles.


  1. If you’re too lazy to put one by one remote caller code in your articles, just put it on your template it will impact on all of articles.
  2. Don’t forget to delete/remove the existing file or code in your blog or your blog will also be affected.

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