Many stolen Hubs are on this site:
http: XXX //preetech3.blogspot.co.il
(Remove XXX and spaces.)
Fortunately, the blogging site is owned by Google so the take-down is easy. Just go here to file the request and choose the first item on the list, Blogger/Blogspot:
https://support.google.com/legal/troubl … 14905?rd=2
Many of you still have stolen content on this site. This guy is hand-scraping HubPages. He spins about 1/2 of your content, and then plagiarizes 4 - 6 paragraphs exactly. He changes the title a little, but if one of your Hubs vaguely sounds like these topics, file a DMCA:
Top 10 Pop Culture Icons Ever
How to earn money with Google Adsense
Tips to get a scholarship
Scholarship for International Students in Taiwan
What is Life Insurance?
Life Insurance Importance
Tips to Used Car Buy
Why Private Educational Loans are Bad for Students
Best Application For Scholarship Websites of the World
Why Buy a Jet Ski Cheap Insurance
Tips To Understand Insurance Policies
Tips for New Person to Real Estate Investment
Elance Success Tips For Newbie
Best Auto Insurance Rates
6 Simple Steps To Set Up Wordpress Website
Verified dofollow blog list
Why You Need To Comments on Blogs and Articles?
Maruti Suzuki Ritz Review
5 Top Best Inexpensive Sports Cars for Teenagers
Do you really need a Loan insurance
Toyota Land Cruiser Black Bison Wald International
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Toyota Corolla VS the Honda Civic
How to add visitor counter in every post and page
Walton Primo G3 Review
Top Western Street-Legal Bikes In recent history
Some Common Car Noises
Google AdSense Acceptance pertaining to Native indian Subcontinent
Health insurance Methods for Small business owners
Enterprise Tips for a Little Community
The right way to Write High quality Articles to Increase Visitors to Your Site
Speed up internet speed by server hack
oDesk Search Engine Optimization Test Answers May 2013
Best SEO learning article # 7 (Top Do Follow Blog List)
Rides Injure More Than 4 ,400 Children Per Year
China’s Defense White Paper 2012: An assessment
Panasonic wants to be No 1 green company by 2018
Top 15 Most Popular Blogs
The BlackBerry Q10 Is A QWERTY Keyboard Smartphone Comeback Worth Waiting For
Why You Need To Consult a Mesothelioma Law Firm?
Basic Requirements to Donate a Car to Charity
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Best SEO learning article # 3 (Top 21 Do Follow Social Bookmark Site 2013)
Nothing like with I write, but thanks, WF. This kind of information is invaluable, and I wish hubbers would look (and report it) more often.
Thanks Writer Fox, Found my Elance article and filed a complaint. Should be pretty easy to get the site down since it's a Blogger site.
I just received notice from Google that my stolen Hub has been removed. However, there are 45 other Hubs that are still on the site. Each author must file individually, if someone on HP staff will not.
Go to this link, check the item 'Blogger/Blogspot', and fill out the form. It takes about a week to get the webpage removed. Check the list above for your Hubs.
Thanks for doing this, Writer Fox. You're helping a lot of people. Trifling to say the least. Will keep my eyes open for mine.
To all of you who have stolen content on:
Report to the advertiser on this contact form:
Use "Legal: Cease and Desist and Return of Revenue" as the subject.
Demand that the service stop posting ads on your plagiarized content and that all funds collected from the ads be given to you.
(The site is still online.)
It is terrible that people would rather spend their energy stealing the hard work of other people. (Bumping this post).
Thank you for doing that. I'm sure that these Hub authors are not reading the forum and that's a shame, because copied content hurts the entire site. Google won't remove the Hubs until the copyright holder makes the request: either HP staff or each of the 45 Hubbers.
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