I hate it when other hubbers use my articles to research their own articles or improve their articles. It just isn't right.
Shouldn't you feel complimented that the quality of your info rates raiding?
Not plagiarizing of course, but making quality informative content available seems to be the point here.
No, I don't feel complimented by it when the hubber in question is doing very well here. Although I will not mention any names or the hub, the hub in question is a complex subject. I have distilled the information for people who need help not to help other hubbers improve their scores or not do their own research. If that sounds like a bad attitude, so be it. I am sure if it was reverse, the person in question would feel the same way.
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