Just checked one of my hubs and found that it had been copied on this site:
http://just-pet-lover. blogspot. co. uk
Lots of content on there, from rabbits to Bigfoot (!), doubt any of it has been produced by the blogger. I've filed a complaint through Google Webmaster. There aren't any ads on the site, don't quite know what the point of it is.
When you give the actual url when informing about a spammer. It gives them a link. It would be better to write out the dot, as in just-a-pet-lover dot blogspot. That is weird that a non-monetized blog would be grabbing other's writing. Maybe they just don't know any better.
I searched for it. The hub that has been copied has fallen in the rankings over the past few days, so I was curious to find out if there was a chance it has been stolen. I copied a few sentences from it into search and Google came up with my hub and the copy on this blog.
I had this happen. I used an email that I seldom use and check about once a year and told them to get away from my stuff. Also, that I had reported them. Then I did a virus scan to find out if I could tell how they got my work. You can check to see duplicate content on Google.
We've heard several concerns about Hubs getting copied and losing traffic and we know how frustrating this is for the author. Google tries to identify the original content creator and show that in the search...
As hubbers, we know that our content can and will be copied. We file DMCA complaints. We try to use CopyScape. We try to sign up for Google alerts.Is there any other way to help protect our content BEFORE it...
And without even mentioning my name as the author.The photos on the hub were also copied and include snaps of my son and me.How do I report this guy?Can I get adsense and blogger to ban him?If yes, what do I need to do?
I flagged two new hubs that I saw in my feed this morning for copied content, and each of them had been published in at least four other locations?Surely, there is a better automatic filter that HP could use to help...