Last Minute Flight Deals Going High Tech

In our continuing effort to improve the experience for our Last Minute Flight Deals audience, I have added a utility to the site called Blog Copy.

BlogCopy is designed to monitor which text snippets and which images our readers copy and paste. If a reader highlights "last minute flight deals" on this site for example and then pastes it into a new blog post of their own. I'll be alerted.

If a reader finds a phrase on this site like "looking for JetBlue coupons?" and then enters it into a search engine, I'll know. I'll have a much better idea of what images, phrases, and words are of most interest to my readers.

Go ahead and give it a try if you want. Here are some phrases to copy and paste:

airfare prices are going up...
what's the deal with American Airlines?
airfare discount coupons and codes
is it better to buy last minute airfare

As always, thanks for being a loyal reader of Last Minute Flight Deals!


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2 comments

  1. Lisa Cook // August 10, 2010 at 10:46 AM  

    Cool idea, and I'm STILL trying to figure out how the can do that. I know there are sites like Copyscape that check for plagiarism and whether or not you're copying whole articles but his seems entirely different - just enough info to let the site owner know what is interesting to the reader. Thanks for the heads up!

  2. Gracie // June 10, 2011 at 7:20 AM  

    I think blogcopy has some potential to compete with copyscape. The stat output is simpler to read and understand. It would be nice if it would send out instant warnings when it discovers your site has been plagiarized.

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