In the past few days, I have received two Google Alerts about my HubPages' Username, ThePracticalMommy. Usually when I get these alerts, it's concerning people who stole my content and used it on their website, but these past two have been foreign sites who just use my username and that's it.
I'm not too concerned about it, but I'm wondering if it's happening to anyone else and if it does somehow matter?
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