One of my recipes has been copied, and spun, on a Wordpress blog. I found at least one other from Hubpages, but only my recipe has my name on it, so it's hard to tell if the other posts are all from HP or not. If you write recipes it would be worth your while to check. There are also articles such as
"How to halt annoying your chain cafe bartenders." This sounds as if it's spun!
The blog is called tastylifeblog. and it's on wordpress.
This problem is becoming a full time job; just trying to track these idiots down. A blogger stole 3 Hubs of mine, copied/pasted everything, family photos and all. I have filed the proper complaints but as of this AM my Hubs are still there! This guy "writes" on Blogger.
Thanks for the heads up, Melovy!
And for those who have found that their content has been copied, here's how to file a DMCA: http://hubpages.com/learningcenter/how- … -complaint
You're welcome. I know how hard it is to track these down!
I've just realised that this is easier than most to file a complaint because Wordpress provide their own form. Here is the relevant link. http://en.support.wordpress.com/disputes/
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