What to do when your USA content is nicked
I’m writing this post because last night, about 10pm I finally finished a monster 2000-word post on my recent visit to Santa Barbara and then found myself shocked to see it had been nicked within moments and put on someone else’s site.So I write this post as a honey trap and ‘boom’, it’s worked. Scroll down to see what I did to get my own back!So here’s what happened… It had taken me the better part of two days to write it too, researching all the places we visited on our drive from Los Angeles up the Pacific Coast Highway, and checking that my info was accurate.I added links to the places I went that I thought my readers might like to click on and broke the text into the appropriate topics with headers like where to stay in Santa Barbara, where to eat in the Funk Zone, an awesome winery tour we went on (did you know there are more than 200 wineries in the Santa Ynez mountains? Me neither!)I had about 200 photos to go through, choosing 10 of the best, editing them in…
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