I am providing this Blog's address, so that in case you have any food reviews or product reviews, please take a look. My original Hub was written in October 2012 and copied in December 2012. I left a stern warning comment on the blog, and within 20 minutes it was taken off by the site owner. I have also filed a claim with Blogspot. Here is the site: http://cookitandeatit.blogspot.com
I feel badly for other Hub writers and bloggers who are being targeted by these cheats. Hopefully, no one on this site has been copied.
My suggestion is to take a screen print of the page with the URL and document everything. Thank goodness I created a PDF of my original article (before many edits) so that I could easily offer the original date of publishing from HubPages. Let me know if anyone needs any further information. Best Regards-Deb, GoldenThreadPress
HERE IS ANOTHER SITE TO CHECK OUT: http://emasculate-meddler.blogspot.com
Thanks for the heads up, GoldenThreadPress!
This blogger is spinning content through a translator - he or she uses the word 'ingested' rather than 'eaten,' and the term 'quickly food' rather than 'fast food.' There's also one post that uses the word 'hub.'
This tells me the entire blog could be copied content.
To get that entire site removed, go to this link and choose Blogger/Blogspot on the menu:
https://support.google.com/bin/static.p … page=ts.cs
Google owns and hosts Blogger and Blogspot.
I found another thief. He's got quite a few Hubs.
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