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Yesterday I got an email from a hubber pointing me to an article on Bubblews which was copied from my HP account. I have emailed Bubblews and they removed it. You should check the site to see if any of your hubs have been copied there.
I think I once found one of my hubs on there not to long ago. It was taken down right away.
I am sorry to learn of this. How in the world would you know unless you just accidentally found it??? I'm glad Bubblews took the article off right away.
I'm happy you posted this. I put mine in Google search. No wonder my traffic is down. Being copied is getting tiresome.
The best way to know if your stuff in on Bubblews is to search their categories. I doubt you will find your content in search.
I think there is a lot of copied material on Bubblews but it is very difficult to prove it. I see partial articles that clearly have been cut and pasted from professionally done items, even news articles, but how do you prove this without being able to find the source! As with everything these days,where there is money, there are plenty of cheaters.
by Ronald E Franklin2 years ago
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by Rajan Singh Jolly5 years ago
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by Suzanne Day3 years ago
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by Alison Graham5 years ago
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by Mary Wickison3 years ago
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by Kate Swanson6 years ago
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