Just came across a spun article of mine over on Squidoo. First time this has happed to me and I'm pretty annoyed. I've tried getting in contact with Squidoo to let them know that it is spun. But is there anything else I should do about it?
Although I do find it annoying and a little upsetting, it was quite amusing at the same time! Some of the phrases were just stupid!
I just checked the ranking of my one and only masterpiece over there.
Slam them with a DMCA complaint. They have established procedures for dealing with that.
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