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Securing Content

Discussion in 'Blogging' started by PoisonKnife, Feb 2, 2014.

  1. PoisonKnife

    PoisonKnife Newbie

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    I'm working on an adult membership site in Wordpress - now I need to securing my content (I host my own content).

    How do I secure my content so it won't be uploaded to torrent sites a few hours after I release it?
    I know there are plug-ins, but which ones are the best? And are there any other ways to secure my content from being ripped?
     
  2. Tothefarend

    Tothefarend Newbie

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    I believe there is a plug-in to prevent content leaks. It´s called a butt plug. Should do just fine for your niche.

    But(t) to be serious, perhaps the Amazon S3 Video & Download Protection plugin would do the trick?

    Good luck to ya.
     
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  3. PoisonKnife

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    Thank you, I'll have a look at it.
     
  4. manking

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    Actually there is no way to protect your content from being uploaded to torrents or etc, someone will always publish your content.

    But to protect content from ordinary users there are many plugins, you just need to determine whether you want free content blocker or paid
     
  5. PoisonKnife

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    I want a paid one.
     
  6. ContentWriter

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    You can never stop someone into copying your content. Okay, let's say you've installed a plugin that disables right-clicking of the mouse or the CTRL + C function on your site, what if the person is really determined to type your content manually?
     
  7. ChrisX

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    The solution to protecting your content is serving each member a slightly different unique version of the content. Then you can pinpoint exactly who shared your stuff and take legal action. This can be accomplished with a bit of custom code, as there are no plugins for this that I know of.
     
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    I'll quote you based on the words you used, mate.
    You said "each". Assuming a person has 1,000 members in his list. Do you mean he'll send 1,000 unique articles?
    I'd rather start focusing on how I can give more value to my audience and stop dwelling on the fear of my content getting stolen. If I'll do that, that's what I call "time and energy well spent".

    IMHO.
     
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    I'm talking about text-based content in a members area. The unique changes can be automated by replacing certain words and punctuation in php. Of course, doing it manually would be crazy.
     
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  10. mrtwister_65

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    IM is a numbers' game. Your stuff being shared by others only will get more eyes on your products. Your aim should be on getting as many products as soon as you can.

    Any simple plugin will do.

    Code:
    http://wordpress.org/plugins/s2member/
    Create elaborate drip-content systems, if you still not convinced.
     
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    The only way to stop someone from copying it is not posting it