I read somewhere if your articles are copied you can receive a Google Alert to your email. If so how?
Sign up for a Google alert with a main phrase from your hub. For instance "Red roses are common in my garden, and I name them..." - a phrase that likely won't have a lot of matches. Google will email you when it crawls a page that contains that phrase.
Homesteadbound wrote a great hub on that not long ago.
by Suzanne Day2 years ago
Hi all,I've been using Google Alerts to find and report duplicated hubs without having to spend hours doing a monthly search for them. Here's what you do. Go to Google Alerts, add an alert and copy and paste the...
by work2bfree8 years ago
What are Google Alerts. Well, if you go to the google website. Located at the top of the screen, starting on the left-side of the screen, you will see links; such as, Web, Images, Maps, etc. You want the link that...
by Marissa23 months ago
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...
by Marina18 months ago
Hi everyone! Please drop by today's blog post to learn about two new features that are being released: snip editing and account level quality alerts!
by Dottie18 years ago
Did you ever wonder if google alert could be helpful to your business? Here is an alert I received in my gmail account this morning.Google Alerts to me show details 6:06 AM (5 hours ago) ...
by zebtron3 years ago
Thought this could be useful for some people.You may want to setup a Google Alert for your username and "HubPages". This will sometimes catch copied content where your username is listed. You can find...
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