If you publish interesting content on your blog, content scraping is bound to happen. I have experienced it so many times that I could write a book about it.
When I find my content copied elsewhere, I know I am in for a long battle. The last scraper I had to deal with spent days maintaining that adding a link to my original article (at the bottom) was enough to put them in the clear. When my attempts at educating them did not work, I decided to mention the words “Google” and “DMCA complaint”. Before you know it, my post had been removed from their site.
The good news though, is that content creators have reliable resources to monitor infringement and protect themselves (see my list here). So, one question remains: What do you do when you find your stuff copied and pasted verbatim elsewhere (with or without proper attribution)?
“First, understand that this isn’t a quick fix or fast process,” says Janet Driscoll Miller. “However, it’s the process that I find works best with Google.”
Read her article at http://searchengineland.com/how-to-recover-when-your-content-is-stolen-171017.