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Tracer helps you protect your website

These days, piracy is a hot topic both online and off. While music and software remain the most pirated, your website can be copied just as easily, if not easier. But with the many millions of websites and blogs in existence you couldn’t possibly keep tabs on all of them. Enter Tracer, a service that helps you track what’s being copied directly from your website.

How does it work? (from Tracer’s FAQ)
Tracer does a couple of interesting things: it tracks user engagement on your site by tracking copy and paste activity and automatically adds a link back to your content when it is pasted somewhere else.

By adding some simple javascript code, you’ll be on your way to protecting your content. It’s actually pretty easy to set up and use. To help you, Tracer gives you step-by-step directions for some of the most widely used blogging platforms including Blogger, Ning, TypePad, and WordPress.

Here’s a video that walks you through how Tracer works and what it can do for you:

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