I have found a few forums where people have copied a paragraph or two in a forum discussion from one of my Hubs. Usually when they are discussing products which I write about.
How does Google view this in terms of duplicate content? Do they know people cut and paste into in forums and ignore it or consider it duplicate content just as if it was on another website?
Or should I join the forum, let them get the info from the horses mouth and help promote my Hub?
by Rochelle Frank3 weeks ago
Yep, it was. I looked up the owner of the blog and sent the suggested dmca info to them , no response.I delved further and found out it was on aTumblr site. I looked around and found a contact that deals with copyright...
by SpaceShanty3 years ago
I have found a few forums where people have copied a paragraph or two in a forum discussion from one of my Hubs. Usually when they are discussing products which I write about.How does Google view this in terms of...
by Carolee Samuda6 years ago
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by Cynthia Calhoun4 years ago
As hubbers, we know that our content can and will be copied. We file DMCA complaints. We try to use CopyScape. We try to sign up for Google alerts.Is there any other way to help protect our content BEFORE it...
by ShyeAnne6 years ago
How much is too much copied content in hubs?
by Kate Swanson3 years ago
I notice that on the "copied Hubs" page, there's a column for "removed". I've never seen any Hub with an entry in that "removed" column and there seems to be no way to mark a...
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