One of my hubs got copied and pasted on some blog.
I have filed a DMCA twice - no response yet, still waiting and waiting.
Then discovered that nearly all the articles are from hubpages, not just my one hub that got copied.
Here it is: http://travellingadvisory.blogspot.com.au/
Help me get this idiot taken down!!!
They're playing around with Kontera type link ads in the article and even read the comment I left for them which said they have stolen my content and proceeded anyway to add the links to the stolen hub.
Just go straight to Google who own 'Blogspot' they will remove the entire Blog because they can.
https://support.google.com/legal/troubl … 14905?rd=2
https://www.google.com/webmasters/tools … &pli=1
The first link will probably be most useful to you under these circumstances but both are worth bookmarking.
Sorry about that. They will not gain much from copying other people's content and it will only be a matter of time before they are taken down.
Wow. I took a sentence from this blog and put it into Google search engine. . . "I have lived in Sydney and Brisbane as well many other towns and cites on the east coast, hopefully my experience will save you lots of money".
I didn't find it on HubPages, but they had 14 places where this one sentence shows up!
Thanks Mistyhorizon, I did the #1 link...twice now as it was 10 days and ni answer from Google. Lets hope tje second reporting bumps it!
Millionairetips, I searched a few articles on here too and found some not on hubpages but 3/5 were from here, including health hubs as well as travel ones.
Sporadic connection at mo - am moving and computer decided to die too, so please excuse any typos.
Just be patient, I know some of the copies of mine that I reported using the Google link took two or three weeks before I got an email from Google saying they had been removed. The Blogspot ones are also one of the faster ones to be acted on, so if these take two-three weeks to be acted on I would allow longer for non-Blogspot/Blogger ones.
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