It takes lots of time and work to come up with a unique blog post, and what annoys a blogger most is to find another blog copy pasting (stealing) his whole time consuming article and placing it on their website without a prior notice to the post author.
I started experiencing a significant drop in traffic on one of my blog, I wondered what I started doing wrong but could not come up with a reasonable explanation. So I decided to make a few searches on Google using my keywords, I found one website (feedreader.com) ranking high on search. I then decided to check them out in order to see what their On Page SEO was like that got them there but to my greatest surprise, the whole articles on that keyword was gotten from my blog.
How I Blocked Feedreader.com from Stealing My Content
Now if you visit any of feedreader.com pages with my article, it would redirect you back to the original link on my blog. It also works in other content stealers that iframe your articles.
To add it up to your Blog, Edit your Theme or Template and search for
Just before it copy and paste this code
<!-- OscarMini.com iframe redirect starts -->
if (window!= top) top.location.href = location.href;
<!-- OscarMini.com iframe redirect stops -->
Now save your Template or Theme and check out the iFraming Content Thieve Blog post of your article. Wow, it redirected back to your blog right?
Feel free to let us know if it worked for you.