I found my hub: http://froggy213.hubpages.com/hub/Stepp … uerto-Rico
sitting at the top of Google search--only problem is: not on my site--zezd dot com seems to love stealing hubs.
The conspiracy side of me is starting to wonder about hubpage staff or ex-staff. I have started moving some stuff that hubpages doesn't seem to want here.
Come see us at gringoboricua.com. and gringoboricua.com/froggy
Hubpages, you was helping my income, but with over 600 hubs and only at 6$ for the month---hmmmmmm: maybe it's time for me to fly.
I guess that is not the only one. I am begging to get contagious with your conspiracy side. Check this out, another of my hub accidentally found in another site ( jnzu dot com )...I bet there are more and from other hubbers by the way the person is copying and pasting the articles.
http://lastheart.hubpages.com/hub/One-Y … -Froggy213
Hubpages does not want to answer...how sad after so much work! I like HubPages, but why did my forum explanation disappeared? http://hubpages.com/forum/topic/115426
I had linked my unanswered hub explaining with details: http://lastheart.hubpages.com/hub/One-o … Has-a-Twin
I found this hub:
http://thelostdutchman.hubpages.com/hub … -Gold-Mine
on that site.
It has travel related articles - Europe, North America and South America - and has been posting articles since 2009.
jnzu writes -- okay steals articles -- about weddings. This one by Uninvited Writer was stolen.
http://uninvitedwriter.hubpages.com/hub … es-Special
Funny, when I take a sample from that hub nothing else comes up.
Everything on that site is a stolen Hub.
Send DMCA notices to the host at
The unfortunate thing is that most of the Hubbers with stolen content will never see this forum notice. I sincerely believe that HP staff should file a blanket DMCA notice for all of those Hubs. It's absolutely true that stolen content can outrank the original and sometimes the original will be dropped from the Google index altogether. This hurts the reputation of the HP site in the eyes of Google as well as traffic/income.
Further, he's still adding new stolen content every month and will continue to do so until he is stopped. His name is XinWei Liu.
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