If you write recipe hubs, you may want to check out easycookingrecipesdotnet. Looks like they have copied many recipes from hubpages. Photos and writing.
Another one, forcookingloverdotblogspotdotcom
Go post a nice comment on their Facebook page:
Writer Fox - It's EasyCookingRecipes dot net. I don't believe it's the facebook page you mention.
If you go to their website and look in the bottom right corner it says:
Follow Our Update Via Facebook
and, the Facebook page is the one I gave. It's them.
I didn't find my entire hub copied, but part of it was. When I did a search last night, I found several copied that wasn't at this site. No wonder we are having traffic problems.
This girl is gutsy she has her facebook page, pinterest and Google 1+ all listed and did the recipes as if they were her own.
Try reporting her to FB, it is possible they will shut her down.
Did you see this on that website:
Protected by Copyscape - Do NOT COPY
...assuming that it is a girl. I clicked the name listed on each article for EasyCookingRecipes[dot]net and it linked to yet another social media site (G+) where again all the links from the website can be found. The personal info looks contrived and as @moonlake points out, it's a he.
Granted all this could be purely fabricated to make the account seem more real.
by Kate Swanson 4 years ago
I notice that on the "copied Hubs" page, there's a column for "removed". I've never seen any Hub with an entry in that "removed" column and there seems to be no way to mark a copy as "removed". Is there meant to be?It would be an awesome...
by Arun Dev 3 years ago
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by CMHypno 7 years ago
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 stop such blatant spamming of the internet - it's not even as if these article were...
by Suzanne Day 3 years ago
Hi all,I've been using Google Alerts to find and report duplicated hubs without having to spend hours doing a monthly search for them. Here's what you do. Go to Google Alerts, add an alert and copy and paste the headline in "" into the alert, eg., "Headline". Then select - How...
by Kuan Leong Yong 4 weeks ago
I have two old hubs, part of a series, which I've been wanting to merge and redo for quite a while. Problem though, part 1 was copied by some dodgy site. I've written to them but have so far received no response. Were I to delete both hubs in my revamp, does this mean I transform their copied...
by Claudia Mitchell 5 years ago
I have just found one of my recipes on a website. 1 photo and the entire text copied word for word. The catch is that the person puts a disclaimer at the top of each page saying that he/she does not own the recipes, just showing them and there is a link to my hub, but at the very...
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