50 hubs of mine were copied and several complaints i made to google to remove that site. Ads are also running on that site, perhaps, they are money too may be. I am clueless how to tackle this. HP please help me, do something.
The site name: http:// myfood000 . blogspot . in
I remember, only one time this site content was removed and Ads too, now i again see the entire blog running successfully. Please Help Me out Friends.
No use at all, i did that several times. Many DMCA complaints, only once i remember that blog was off. Now the entire thing is running with my content there.
I have found blogger very reliable in responding to DMCAs so long as you use the right link (not to Google, to Blogger specifically) and give them about a week to action it. Is this the link you used and did you specific Blogger/Blogspot?
https://support.google.com/legal/troubl … 14905?rd=1
This is the link where i lodged complaint: https://support.google.com/legal/contac … ct=blogger
Do i need to report every link of the blog here in "Allegedly Infringing Material"??? Or that is enough if i give the entire blog name alone.
A valid DMCA needs to identify a specific infringing document by title and unique url. A different filing for each document.
Tedious, but that is the law.
Yep now i got it, i saw 50 hubs copied. But i am only complaining the single link (Blog name alone), as there are 50 to complain... So, i will have to sit now and do the entire process again and enter all the 50 urls... Will do that again now.
Hello My Cook Book.
I have found google to be very helpful. The site that stole your work is powered by blogger or blogspot, so google will take action to remove the offending pages.
Are you confident you know how to create a DMCA form with all the information they need to take action? If so, create one of your DMCAs and email it to me (so I can see what it looks like.)
Then I'll email you back a direct email address where you can lodge it directly with their legal team. You'll have to cut and paste the offending pages (and your specific hubpages) on every DMCA you send them ... so be prepared to send them 50 separate emails. One for each page that has been copied.
I am not going to paste their email here because most people only have one or two problems at a time, and they can fill in the appropriate form and send it. However I appreciate that the process is very slow when you have to continually repeat the process. Cutting and pasting in emails is much faster.
Perhaps there's a problem with your DMCA wording. Send me one and I'll take a look.
Yes i just did, i hope this time they will remove that blog entirely.
To begin with they will only remove each post. With enough complaints they will eventually remove the entire blog.
I checked my email and there's nothing from you, so I guess you are not accepting my offer ... and that's fine. However, you will have to lodge lots of DMCAs if you want to have the site removed. One complaint (even if it says they've stolen 50 of your hubs) will not achieve that. They'll only remove the one page mentioned in a correctly worded DMCA. It takes repeated complaints about the same site to have it shut down.
I have a busy day planned tomorrow, but I will check my email again when I get a chance just in case you decide to try emailing them repeatedly.
I can't see your email... Here is the message i got from Google,
Thanks for reaching out to us!
We have received your legal request. Google will only email you about this notice if we need additional clarification. If we comply with your notice in full and do not receive a counternotice, you will not receive any further emails about it from Google.
Please message me on Google Plus... I can reach you from there....
Hi My Cook Book,
Use this form: https://www.google.com/webmasters/tools … &pli=1
You can submit all 50 URLs at the same time. So, it will be a time saver. I just had a blogger blog taken down, but it took more than 15 days for Google to do that. So don't give up just yet.
While you're at it, also submit the notice to Bing to remove the blog from its search results.
If both Google and Bing (which also includes Yahoo!) remove the site from appearing on their search results, there's virtually no way for people to find that blog. So even if Blogger.com does not delete the blog, it will not be able to manipulate your rankings on search.
My post are all over the place also. Online you have little recourse to this scrupulous activity... However you can compile your work into mini ebooks and upload to Amazon. This is not hard to do at all, they even have an easy bookcover maker.
This will not only make you a few bucks but give you more control over your content. It will blantently be plagurizing you can act upon.sign into Amazon go straight down to bottom of site and click on self publishing.
Amazon will let you know if they think some else is the owner of your content and when they do you can prove why it is yours arming you with the mighty Amazon as your assistant. Hope this helps.
Sounds great friend, may be i will look into it right now...
Write an ebook and out your perpetrators and get paid. Ok...two wrongs don't make a right :-) Blessings on your journey.
I have a plan too, to publish an ebook infact. Thank you really, i will now plan for the same. Can i copy my own hubs which were published in here on HP and make an e-book?
I just got that site, now i am going through the same. Thank you so much, i am having many content. I will now publish them all in there too. Or mostly i will make all new content and publish them all in there.
Yes you can. When they ask if you are the owner say yes and give your hubpage name. You will be just fine, I can tell.
I do suggest you move the content around a bit or combine several hubs. Always give more to make them want more.
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