We found numerous articles there last year. Imagine my surprise to see him still up and running. Please find your article and file here https://support.google.com/legal/contac … t=blogger.
We need to get that blog off the internet!
Here's another blog on Wordpress you might want to check-out, Carol Lee: Agoranos.org. This freak-thief has no monetization I can find but has used HP like a duck-shoot. Let's find a planet where we can place these poor souls.
I remember him. I filed a report this past week and my page was removed. In order for the entire blog to be removed there needs to be numerous reports.
Hubbers ought to, Carollee. He or she or them have scraped tons of articles from HP in almost every category as you know. And G in their wisdom, at least in many cases, has now replaced his crap-thievery over the originals on the first page ranking.
Thanks for the tip. I talked to you tonight, well, left you some fan mail and read a hub that you wrote and it was GREAT.
Still asking you to be a follower. That would be great.
Cardisa, do you use Copyscape to check? I used to use their banner on my hubs to warn readers not to copy, but then I stopped for some reason. Do you think using that would deter readers from copying our work?
Yes, I use copyscape but I also just copy and paste a snippet of my hub in quotes and do a regular google search. I find that it works great too.
I don't think a banner will deter thieves at all. they know the rules but they keep doing it.
You are probably right: nothing seems to stop these bad people who copy work done by others!
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