WordProof prepares you for next-generation SEO benefits by adding blockchain-based timestamps to your content. Prove that you were first and protect your SEO rankings by detecting duplicate content and sending takedown requests to violators.

WordProof Lifetime Deal

  • Lifetime access to WordProof
  • Next-Generation SEO WordPress Plugin for Content Protection
  • Timestamp your content using blockchain
  • Avoid SEO issues and duplicate content penalty
  • Future-proof & protect your content
  • Content certificate pop-up
  • Text link, button, or widget
  • Copyright infringement tool
  • Generate takedown request letters to take-down duplicate content
  • Schema.org-markup
  • 1 website
  • 10 timestamps per month (See plans)
  • 100 bonus timestamps (one-off)
  • Premium support included
  • All future updates included
  • See all included features and options
  • 30-day Money Back Guarantee

Outsmart competitors & bots that try to steal your SEO rankings by protecting your content with Next-Gen SEO Timestamping.


Protect your content with timestamps to avoid a duplicate content penalty in Google
Takedown copyright violators by generating infringement letters in seconds.
Automated, downloadable proof using mathematical algorithms and blockchain.
Enable trust, protect your content & prepare for next-generation SEO.

You worked hard to publish a killer article on your WordPress website.

But then you find out that one of your competitors rewrote your content and published it on their website.

This is called patchwriting.

It’s effective.

It saves your competitor a lot of time.

And it happens more than you can imagine…

The good news is that Google is pretty good at detecting duplicate content.

The bad news is that it can be hard for Google to recognize the original source, since:

1) Publication dates are easily tampered with.
2) Google might crawl your competitor’s website before yours

Meaning that your website will be seen as the copycat and you will be penalized in Google by potentially even fully removing your original content from the search engine results.

Well, not anymore with WordProof. It’s a set-and-forget WordPress plugin that puts a “timestamp” on every form of content you publish on your website.

The “timestamp” is accessible for search engines through structured data. Meaning that there is no doubt who published what at a certain moment of time.

How does timestamping work? 

Timestamping is relatively simple. A timestamp lets readers know they can trust this piece of content as it has been verified and added to the blockchain.

In the blockchain, the ownership and status of this content lives on in eternity — for all to see and verify. It gives undeniable proof that this content exists, when it first appeared, who wrote it, and when it was last edited, if so.

WordProof makes it easy to timestamp your content. Use their WordPress plugin and automatically timestamp your content and make sure you can prove you were the first to publish the content.

The timestamps show who published the content at which moment.

This applies to your:

  • Posts
  • Pages
  • Custom Post Types
  • Images
  • Videos
  • Documents

Why you should care about timestamping your content today

There actually are a few reasons why you should care:

  1. Bots and other companies are increasingly more likely of copying your content. If you don’t have the timestamping proof that you were the first and original creator of the content, you may be buried in the search results as a result of Google giving you a penalty for duplicate content. Unfair, and unnecessary.
  2. Many of us are concerned about our security, privacy, and loss of self. We see fake news thrive on social media, and regular newspapers struggle to keep their heads above water. We see corruption, foreign interference, and massive disinformation campaigns. This all leads to an important question: Who can you trust? This is also a major priority of Google and other major search engines.
  3. Timestamping content provides a sense of trust for your readers. You show that you take your content seriously. Not only that, by adding it to the blockchain, you can prove without a doubt that you are the owner of this content. Timestamping is a relatively easy solution that helps improve trust and paves the way towards a trusted web.

WordProof is here to help you with that.

The sooner you start with timestamping, the better. By starting today you can avoid getting a penalty in Google in the future for not having proof you were the original creator of the content.

Yoast SEO founder Joost de Valk explaining why timestamping is the next big thing in SEO

Simply activate the plugin, run the set-up wizard and timestamping will start automatically

Just add WordProof to your site with the simple WordPress plugin, run the set-up wizard, and the timestamping will happen fully automatically.

Timestamp anything: pages, blog posts, custom post types, images, videos, documents, and more.

WordProof will notify you if someone is copying your content and you can automatically send a takedown request

WordProof detects when a bot or another company has copied your content.

You will get notified automatically and you can send a takedown request on autopilot, with proof that you were the original creator (and the first one to publish it).

WordProof Hobby Plus Plan Lifetime Subscription

  • Lifetime access to WordProof Hobby Plan
  • Next-Generation SEO WordPress Plugin for Content Protection
  • Timestamp your content using blockchain
  • Avoid SEO issues and duplicate content penalty
  • Future-proof & protect your content
  • Content certificate pop-up
  • Text link, button, or widget
  • Copyright infringement tool
  • Generate takedown request letters to take-down duplicate content
  • Schema.org-markup
  • 1 website 
  • 25 timestamps per month 
  • 100 bonus timestamps (one-off)
  • Premium support included
  • All future updates included
  • 30-day Money Back Guarantee

$99 92% off

Add to Cart

WordProof Hobby Lite Plan Lifetime Subscription

  • Lifetime access to WordProof Hobby Plan
  • Next-Generation SEO WordPress Plugin for Content Protection
  • Timestamp your content using blockchain
  • Avoid SEO issues and duplicate content penalty
  • Future-proof & protect your content
  • Content certificate pop-up
  • Text link, button, or widget
  • Copyright infringement tool
  • Generate takedown request letters to take-down duplicate content
  • Schema.org-markup
  • 1 website
  • 10 timestamps per month 
  • 100 bonus timestamps (one-off)
  • Premium support included
  • All future updates included
  • 30-day Money Back Guarantee

$49 92% off

Add to Cart

How can I activate the deal?

After purchasing you will get a unique activation code in your mailbox. Simply sign-up and your deal is activated!

What if I’m not 100% satisfied?

We offer a hassle-free 30-day money back guarantee, just drop us a message and we will make sure to process the refund as soon as possible.

Will I get access to future updates?

Yes, you will get access to all future updates, templates and integrations.

Where can I find more information on WordProof?

Feel free to check their website for more information on the product.

Founder’s Note

Hi all👋

This is Sebastiaan, Founder of WordProof! Happy to be featured on Dealify.

We believe that the internet needs a layer of trust, so the reader knows the information they read is factual and knows where it came from, and on the flipside, if you are a content creator, you can prove that the content you created is yours.

We provide that layer of trust through WordProof. A service, providing blockchain timestamps for your content.

WordProof is one of the few real-life blockchain use-cases. Some stats on the first 6 months after launch:
- 2,850,000 Unique Content Timestamps. Test-data excluded
- 130,000,000+ Unique Pageviews, showing a link to the WordProof Timestamp Certificate
- 3,000+ Developers attended the offline WordProof Keynotes at 10+ Conferences
- 50,000+ Views of YouTube video’s mentioning WordProof
- 1053 Unique blockchain accounts interacted with our Smart Contracts

I've been around in open-source entrepreneurship since 2006:
- Founder of a leading Dutch WordPress agency (2006, 25 developers)
- We've developed a WordPress GDPR plugin (1.3M+ downloads, 100K+ active users)
- We've developed Laraberg, bringing WordPress' editor to Laravel
- Together with agency co-founder Robert van Eekhout, I wrote a book on digital transformation for SMEs: 'Handboek voor Digitale Slagkracht'
- 12 years of experience with WordPress, 6 years of experience with blockchain development

We are excited to hear your thoughts and feedback!

Let's build the trusted web together.

Sebastiaan van der LansFounder of WordProof


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  • If I purchase three of the hobby plans, will I get 300 bonus timestamps?

  • Naftalie says:

    Do i have to use the 100 bonus time stamps immediately. I want to start a site, but dont have any articles yet. So is there a end date for the one-off timestamps besides the 25 per month? And to be sure a time stamp is one time stamp per article or document? And is the automated generated take down letter in Dutch? Can you change the language? Thanks for your answer.

    • Hi Naftalie,

      Thanks for your questions. The bonus timestamps do not have an expiry date, meaning you can use them whenever you want. Regarding the time stamp credits, yes that is correct, 1 credit equals 1 article or document. The automated letter is in English. Hope that helps 🙂

  • Cdubb says:

    Why only 1 website on both deals

    • Thanks for your question! You can purchase multiple deals to add multiple websites, please note that you will have a separate account/environment for each website you add. Hope that helps 🙂

  • Nelson Therrien says:

    Since the free account is also 10 timestamps per month, what will I be missing if I just use the free account (in comparison the the Lite plan)?

    • Hi Nelson,

      Thanks for your message. In the free account there is no copyright infringement tool and no Schema.org markup and a limited content certficate pop-up.

      Hope that helps 🙂

  • Dennis says:

    Does the monthly time stamps apply to every new subsequent 10-25 articles (meaning the timestamps can stack up every month following the growth of my blog )

    Or the existing 10-25 articles on my blog would have claimed the monthly timestamps eligibility in that the 26th article onwards will need me to spend money on?

    Also, what’s the purpose of the one-time 100 timestamps if I have the 10 or 25 to be renewed every month?

    • Hi Dennis,

      Thanks for your question. The monthly timestamps do not roll-over monthly, but the bonus timestamps do, these bonus timestamps are there for when you have your 26th article in the month, that you do not need to upgrade right away but you can use the bonus timestamps instead. Hope that helps 🙂

  • Lisa Silvani says:

    Do you plan on adding other languages or this will be forever only in English? Can we also use this for our articles that we submit to social media such as facebook or linkedin?

    • Hi Lisa,

      Thanks for your question. Currently 17 languages are supported: Dutch, Dutch (Belgium), English (Australia), English (Canada), English (New Zealand), English (UK), English (US), Italian, Norwegian (Bokmål), Romanian, Russian, Spanish (Ecuador), Spanish (Mexico), Spanish (Spain), Spanish (Venezuela), Swedish, and Ukrainian.

      And new ones are added frequently. Regarding articles that you submit to social media, yes this also works, as long as you make sure to also publish it in your WordPress environment 🙂

      Hope that helps!

  • Gijs says:


    If I purchase 5 deals can I manage everything from 1 account and share credits between account?
    As in; one month website A publishes 26 credits but website B only 7 – can I use credits from website B since everything is in 1 main account?

    If I get several codes will I need to create different login’s per code?

    Does this plugin work well will rankmath seo or will there be issues?


    • Hi Gijs,

      Thanks for your questions. You will get separate accounts/environments when buying multiple deals. There is no one main account at this time (you will have a different login per site).

      The plugin works perfectly fine with Rankmath SEO. Hope that helps 🙂

      • Gijs says:

        Hi Tom,

        So let’s say I buy 5 codes, I will need to use 5 emails/ accounts in order to use everything?
        Can you verify if it’s on the roadmap to put everything under 1 account?

        Also, if we need extra credits on a certain month, what would that cost?

        And, is it possible to switch domains later on if we decide to change our website or use wordpoof for another website?

        P.s. the email notification of your response here didn’t work 🙂

        • Hi Gijs,

          Yes for now that is the case, however after buying you can also contact the WordProof team if they can potentially manually merge it after you bought it. If you need extra credits it would be regular pricing as mentioned on their website or you can request a custom offer. Yes you can switch domains anytime!

          Regarding the email notifications, thanks for letting me know, should be fixed now 🙂

  • selcuksenturk says:

    hey there, any chance to add available discount coupon?

  • Mon says:

    How does this affect the site speed?

    • Hi Mon,

      Thanks for your question. The WordProof plugin does not affect your site speed or PageSpeed rankings as it is a super lightweight and optimized plugin/script.

      Hope that helps!

      – Tom

  • nghia says:


    I think you should improve the stack code:

    I want to buy 5 codes and have 5 website + 125 credits. I can decide how many credits I will use for each web.

    Your sale will be skyrocketing if you have a flexible plan IMO.

  • Alex Lopez says:

    it should be more than 1 website and the other tier subscriptions should include more than 5 websites to actually make it attractive

  • Szilvia says:


    Does it work for video also?
    How about if I want to get the proof, so I publish it on an internal WP page behind login (just for our own records – not for the public), but I want to still monitor the internet for it (eg. we gave a private presentation, recorded it on video and want to make sure the attendees don’t transcript it and publish it in a blog post). Will it look for/protect these?

    Lastly, does our blog post updates count as a new time stamp or not?

    Thanks a lot!

  • Ari Januardi says:

    where can i see the WordProof’s roudmap?

    • Hi Ari,

      Thanks for your question. There is currently no public WordProof roadmap visible, but the team’s current priority to further develop is the automation of copyright infringement tool. Hope that helps 🙂

  • Sol says:

    Can we use this on non-wordpress sites {php based)

  • Anton Evseev says:


    Will Wordproof check all my existing content and warn me in case it was duplicated and that i better delete or rewrite it?

    When i just launched my company website my copywriters used some content from my competitors websites. So now i dont know how to find all this articles.

    • Hi Anton,

      Thanks for your question. WordProof won’t notify you of duplicate content on your website. It will add timestamps from the day you activate WordProof for new articles so you have proof you were the first to write it, when a competitor for example copies you 🙂

      Hope that helps!

  • atalayyorukoglu says:

    Hello there;
    I’d like to ask one or two things.

    – if i change my domain, let’s say, from mywebsite.com.nl to mywebsite.com , will i be able to transfer my credits to my new domain?

    – as far as i can get from the previous questions, you only provide protection for the contents that are provided in those 17 languages. But i won’t be able to protect my contents in Turkish language for example. Am i right?

    – is it possible to choose manually which contents to be protected? I want some of my contents to be protected well but i don’t mind some contents to be copied by anyone.So is it possible for me not to spend any credits for the contents that i don’t really mind?

    – i know you provide takedown letter templates but i’m confused about one thing. either the wordproof is doing the search for duplicated contents by itself and notify me or should i do the search by myself and then use the wordproof’s takdown letter templates?

    Thank you in advance!

    • Hi,

      Thanks a lot for your questions. Happy to help!

      – Yes you can always change this anytime.

      – You can protect and timestamp the content in all languages, also Turkish, the platform is available in the 17 other languages, but that is not linked to the protection of content.

      – Yes you can select what content to protect and what to exclude.

      – Wordproof will notify you of duplicate content so you can take action.

      Hope that helps 🙂

  • Kyle Baker says:

    Hello, I’m very curious. (1) Does Google take this into account when ranking my pages, or is the structured data only helpful as proof when submitting DMCA takedown notices? (2) Dates on blog posts have been shown to hurt SEO because Google wants to show people the most recent relevant results. While I’m sure your tool will do as it says, will it simultaneously affect my SEO negavitely?

    • Hi Kyle,

      Thanks for your questions. Happy to help!

      1. Google does not yet take this into account when ranking, but this will most likely be a ranking factor in the future. And yes it is helpful for your DMCA requests.

      2. It won’t hurt SEO as the tool will also add ‘last edited’ dates, so when you edit your content it will make sure to show that date.

      Hope that helps 🙂

  • kyletimbaker says:

    One additional question. You stated that Wordproof will notify us of duplicate content so we can take action. (1) When and how often does it search for duplicate content? (2) Is that done through our own server (like within WordPress) or is that something you process on your server?

  • Quang Anh Trinh says:

    how about subdomain? Is it included in 1 website?

    • Hi Quang,

      Thanks for your question. A sub domain counts as a separate website if it has a separate WordPress environment. If you use 1 WordPress environment (for example with WPML) for the main domain and a sub-domain, it will count as 1 site. Hope that helps! 🙂

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