Some years ago, infobarrel was competing with hubpages. In fact some articles there ranked better, just of recent I noticed that non of these articles on infobarrel found in search engine. Is this a natural death or what?
Since you posted this, I went ahead and took a look at the site. At the top of one page was a new article written by me and scraped by someone called Salto. Not one word was changed, and he even stole my photos.
If this is Infobarrel´s usual policy (to publish stolen content) I can see why they are doing so poorly. Since they are publishing stolen content Google can shoot them and put them out of their misery.
I prefer sweet taters, grown in a barrel. Crackers get stale in a barrel.
Surely you've heard of Cracker Barrel? Or Crackle Barrel as my kids used to say.
HubPages rank on Quantcast = #71, est 17 million US unique views/month.
Infobarrel rank on Quantcast = #29,339, est 50 thousand US unique views/month.
I haven't been active on info barrel for years. Doesn't sound like I've missed anything.
So what I'm hearing is that it's absolutely pointless to start writing on infobarrel?
It means that infobarrel writers efforts were wasted just like that. What a pity!
I wrote 2 articles over there. I guess I should save them, so I can put them on Hubpages when Infobarrel goes down.
by Keith Abt 6 years ago
Looks like another content sniper is at work, stealing our shizz from HubPages. This so called "music news" site has sniped at least four of my Hubs and it looks like there are many other pieces pinched from my fellow music Hubbers as well. If you've written any Hubs about music (any kind...
by Renee S 9 years ago
I just joined InfoBarrel out of curiousity and I like it ok. I haven't been on there long enough to have much of an opinion. Has anyone here done good with it?
by Steve Andrews 7 years ago
People have suggested I join Infobarrel so I did. I unpublished and deleted a hub here about La Guancha in Tenerife and thought I would use it as my first InfoBarrel article. The first problem I ran into was it said I was using a keyword too much. The keyword was roses and I was saying that there...
by Rob Welsh 7 years ago
How many more times are we expected to have to put up with Article Thieves who use HP solely as a place to easily Steal from and to enable those thieves to fill their own sites with our Original and Copyrighted articles/content/keywords that we published Here in good faith?How about HP getting more...
by Kristin Kaldahl 3 years ago
I just found that one of my Hubs was stolen in June 2014 and published in a magazine. I wouldn't have found out about it except that they have now put their magazine on-line. It was stolen by a slick looking magazine in Australia, and I am from the US. I told them if it wasn't...
by Rob Welsh 8 years ago
These Thieves are back up again.. and once again monetized with that company that has a dollar each way on both the thieves and the Copyright owners... Google!It appears that much of the HubPages content has been shifted or merely re-published with all links, authors and previous publishing sources...
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