Go to ozeldersin.com/kategori/genel and you may find your hubs. Found a couple of mine that were just posted on there today. I believe it's hosted by BlueHost.
Yes, you are not the only one. Copied and pasted a random article title from the site you are referring to & pasted it into the HP search bar to see how bad it was... Word for word copy article from another HP user as well. It's depressing that there's not much anyone can do about it either.
Thanks for this information. On my way now to see if my hubs have been stolen. This may happen more than we realize. Google needs to come up with a way to spot copied work.
Google Alerts is the answer. http://suzanneday.hubpages.com/hub/How- … Plagiarism
I found this site and translated one page ,which seems to be Turkish and they have the nerve to have a donation button on the bottom of the page!
I contacted the host and they had the owner remove the articles. However, he only removed mine.
Other hubbers should check for theirs. This particular host responded to firstname.lastname@example.org, however I believe they are a subsidiary of bluehost (the response came from HostGator.) I was under the impression that BlueHost and HostGator were in direct competition with each other so I'm left puzzled.
But anyway, yeah, got a response. Other hubbers must send in their notices too.
by Andrew 8 years ago
Hello Hubpage Team and fellow Hubbers, I found this site that is copying a ton of articles from Hubpages.I filed 3 DMCA's already on this site for different pages on this account called:ShiftnThere is also a replica calledShiftmAnd I believe there is a 3rd account.I think they have over 17,000...
by sunforged 7 years ago
(create your DMCA quickly)http://www.devcredits.com/index.php?mod=dcma****The Adsense DMCA process seems to have a bug ****** Skip to process for legal notice to BlueHostDozens if not hundreds of individual Hubbers works have been copied and reposted at 68articles.com in an illicit attempt to...
by Mary McShane 3 years ago
If you have noticed your traffic decreasing lately on some of your hubs, this Facebook page is copying content from several hubbers and publishing it on their FB page. The Facebook page is called OHealth atwww .facebook .com /pages ...
by Paul Edmondson 3 years ago
We've heard several concerns about Hubs getting copied and losing traffic and we know how frustrating this is for the author. Google tries to identify the original content creator and show that in the search results. If you have a copied Hub that is getting outranked in the search...
by rmcrayne 6 years ago
I found two of my hubs copied on the website New Health Tips. I also found 2 by habee, and one by Money Glitch. I checked maybe 10 posts and all from HubPages except one from ezine. Per Sir Dent's help, the site is hosted by Website Welcome, with contact for DMCA:...
by Arun Dev 3 years ago
Why are these HubPages subdomain urls being listed like this on Google search?jptrans.naver.net>Explore>Health>Health Care, Drugs and Insurance>Selecting a Procedure or Treatmentfcmalaga.ru>HubPages>Education and Science>Life...
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