I have had two hubs copied and sent a DMCA to the site with the copied content. The site has removed the copied content but how do I get the little c on my HubPage articles removed. Thank in advance.
It may take a week before Google recrawls the site and the copied articles are no longer in the cache.
Also, I believe HP only scans for duplicates once a month, so you'll have to wait for the next scan and it will automatically be removed.
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