I have been reading a few posts in the forums about people panicking about their content being copied.
I was just wondering if anyone has detected a trend as to what sites are usually the culprits? Since we might have trouble finding dupicate content, maybe we can have a "most wanted" list of sites that need to be watched and checked on, perhaps just to narrow it down, if possible. Maybe we can even alert those sites to the fact that members are copying our hubs, lowering our hubscores, and stealing our traffic!
by ryankett6 years ago
Even if they don't have anything good to say.I mean, I am probably only a day or two away from taking my content and republishing it on my own domains.... consolidation and all that.Even just something which says...
by jreitz10 years ago
I'm pleased to announce a new factor that goes into assigning Hubscores. Hubs which largely contain content that can be found elsewhere on the web are now penalized slightly. This should help make the...
by Missing Link6 years ago
I have read how hubscore is computed but was still surprised the other day when I saw a hubscore of 1. It just is somewhat amazing to me that some hubscores are 10 or below. Don't get me wrong----I'm...
by Security News6 years ago
Im new on Hub, but would like a higher Hub score. Could someone like at my Hups and see if Im doing everything correct? Thanks in advance.
by John M4 weeks ago
Hi, all,I'm wondering if anyone knows if HP (and it's niche sites) have any plans to integrate Google AMP? You've probably seen it in searches. I've included a logo below as a visual.I'm asking because more and more,...
by Erick Hernandez2 days ago
Currently, I have articles with an average Hubscore of between 62 and 78. How do I improve my articles so that my Hubscores are higher?
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