Found four more duplications of the Hubpages site out there when continuing my duplication cleanup. They are:
http://sport [dot] aliexirs [dot] ir/Visiting-Asia-HubPages-com [dot] html
http://darman [dot] aliexirs [dot] ir/Suzanne-Day-on-HubPages [dot] html
http://www2 [dot] marketwire [dot] com/mw/mmframe?prid=657622&attachid=1347895
http://matlabnama [dot] ir/q/Travel-and-Places-HubPages.com.html
I wrote a takedown notice to all the hosts and it appears only one site is left up (hopefully to be dealt with shortly).
HP might need to conduct their own regular check on copies of HP (not just a few articles). It was quite alarming to find these sites out there...
Well done on making the job of Hub thieves a lot more difficult. I appreciate your hard work and am sure others are grateful too.
Thank you very much
What do you mean by ?
Sally - I do not know the impact of traffic removed from everyone's hubs because of these, but hopefully we'll all see improvements
I just gave an update on this on another thread started by someone else about the same issue. The thread is entitled "Spotted a Hubpages Mirror Site while Searching" by joween18.
by Joween Flores 4 years ago
Hey hubbers, admin and staff.. found this site, while searching for my own articles on Google.Check this out: sport [dot] aliexirs [dot] irThis site does not copy the contents, however, they mirror the entire hubpages site, I can see myself logged in while visiting the site. Any ideas about this?
by Amber 4 years ago
So I just had my first article copied. I knew it would probably happen eventually, but though I was prepared for the inevitability, it still makes me very mad. Besides filling a DCMA, which I did immediately once I was informed, how do you guys deal with having an article copied?
by moonlake 4 years ago
This girl is taking hubs putting them on her Google+ account, when you click on the hub it leads to her Blogspot. https://plus(dot)google(dot)com/112040845938149873643#112040845938149873643/postshttp://www(dot)easycookingrecipes(dot)net/
by Jkurt67 9 years ago
Hi everyone Im quite new to hubpages, and I was just wondering where the majority of hubbers come from.My names Ash and I was made in the UK, feel free to reply with your origins.Cheers jkurt67
by Steve Andrews 6 years ago
Doesn't time fly? I have just found out I have been on here all of four years!HubPages have sent me a message saying: "You have hit a pretty impressive milestone—your 4 Year Anniversary on HubPages!"
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