Hi guys, don't know if any of you found these sites yet but please check for your hubs.
(https:// www. facebook.com/SomayasKitchen) - Now the person on Facebook did not share a link from the recipes, they copied recipes and photos and posted on their timeline. When I searched my recipe it came up in search at number 3 for Facebook. Though I was still at number one I thought it disrespectful that they copied the entire content of the hub without giving credit. You can file a copyright notice with FB siting loss of income.
Here is the link to FB copyright form: https://www.facebook.com/help/contact/540201339393478
Why did you give these thieves the benefit of a backlink from these forums?
Wow, I can't believe it. Thanks for sharing this information, Cardisa.
Facebook removed the post pretty quickly and Wiki Answers removed the answer as well.I think that contributor should be banned from Wiki Answers.
Have not heard from Google yet.
I just found one of my poems on a competition site from back last year, what a cheek! it was after the comp, as an example of poetry in that catagory, but yeah no link!
A poem of mine had gone viral and them some months ago it lost traffic almost completely. I did a plagiarism check and found it on a website and on FB. The website apologized to me and banned the contributor and FB removed the page almost immediately.
by Cardia 3 years ago
I have three Hubs that were copied and pasted onto other sites. I followed the instructions on how to send a DCMA, and I sent one to each site. One was posted on a Blogspot, so I sent one to Google. This was the beginning of November last year. However it's March now, and nothing has happened. The...
by Ronald E Franklin 2 years ago
I just ran across a site, radikewl dot com, that had copied another hubber's hub that I had a comment on. The entire hub, including comments, is translated into Spanish. No author is named. That led me to do a search for my own hubs on that site, and I found many of them, also translated into...
by Mackenzie Sage Wright 2 years ago
I have a problem. Encyclopedial.com has reprinted about a dozen of my articles, word for word, with no credit to me and without permission, and just keeps scooping more out of my hubpages. I cannot find anything on the website about who to contact, or the company that owns it. So I went to one of...
by Marye Audet 7 years ago
You might want to check this site for your hubs... >http://dapurcektia.blogspot.com/
by cashmere 8 years ago
And without even mentioning my name as the author.The photos on the hub were also copied and include snaps of my son and me.How do I report this guy?Can I get adsense and blogger to ban him?If yes, what do I need to do?
by Mary McShane 3 years ago
If you have noticed your traffic decreasing lately on some of your hubs, this Facebook page is copying content from several hubbers and publishing it on their FB page. The Facebook page is called OHealth atwww .facebook .com /pages ...
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