THis may be hard to prove unless its an exact duplicate of your
First I would say there are link and popularity programs that let you
check your site against the big guys(swiss amry app.)
Then you have the others that test your site against the others and it shows you
what words they use. It happens now that we are trying to find
the "DENSITY" of the search term or phrase that will bring your
site to the top. So if your word density is below %12 then chances are you will not show up
at all in the search results.
You might actully count by hand how many of the same words they you against yours and up it
some %2 to %3 more than theirs.
>How can you monitor whether a competitor is stealing meta-tags of the
>top sites in a specific category and reduplicating them in large numbers
>to drive traffic back to their page in the search engines?
>Could they then turn around and legally sell that position back to you?