Since we have the ability to see which hubs have been copied by other websites, blogs, etc., can there be an easier way to see them and separate them out than just scrolling down the account page list of hub?
Since the other signs have options to see only those deleted, unpublished, needs revision, etc hub, can we also see the hubs with copied content concerns?
I have been meaning to deal with a new set of them, but it's so time consuming to scroll through a large list of hubs and not miss any.
We have the ability to see if our information is published on other websites, here on HubPages? Where and how?
by Crystal Tatum4 years ago
Do you include a copyright notice in your articles? Why or why not?I never do this, but I see that a lot of folks on here do. Just wondering what the opinions are out there.
by Silver Q4 years ago
Is everything you post to hubpages automatically copyrighted?Or does something else have to be done to get my hubs copyrighted?
by Paula5 years ago
Have you seen a true benefit from putting a copyright notice on your hubs?Have you seen a connection between copyrighting your hubs and stating so on a given hub, with less content theft?With all this content theft...
by Ness5 years ago
How should I word my copyright notice on my blogs and hubs?On both my blogs and hubs I have original text content that I have written and stock photos which I have paid for and have a license to use . How would I word a...
by Christin Sander2 years ago
I've been going through and radically updating lots of old hubs lately. I've found that several of them have been here for a long time with "no notice" on them. I know I'm still protected by...
by Glenn Stok3 years ago
I have been noticing that when I enable the copyright notice in the display options in the HubTool, that it sometimes gets shut off. Then I have to enable it again. This has been happening ever since the feature...
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