I reported the 3 hubs of mine he stole and after several weeks of waiting, they've been removed. The blog as a whole is still up and several hubbers have their material posted there, images and all.
He's a clever bugger, he tried merging the texts of one of my hubs with another hubbers piece on a similar topic. Not clever enough because it still got taken down.
Content thiefs - especially the willful ones, are such a waste of space.
http:// pramaniya.blogspot. com (omit the spaces) is his "blog" - look in the 2013 archives for a long list of stolen work. If your hubs happen to be on there, be sure to file a DMCA with blogger and get it taken down. He's in another country so asking him to do it will not get results, filing complaints will. Enough and his whole blog should be removed eventually I would think.
by IzzyM 7 years ago
On looking for scraped material ranking higher than my hubs, I found this site - live link not given - he has a lot of copied content there. Check yours isn't.hxxp://most-popular-articles.blogspot.com/2011/07/how-to-optimize-blogger-blog.html
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