I was just notified that one of my articles was copied. When I clicked on the warning at the top of the article, I discovered that the team had provided a prepared DMCA report that I could easily use. Even had my name signed for me at the end.
This saves SO much work. Thanks team. I am loving your improvements.
Thanks for the info and the shout out to HP staff. They are to be commended for doing so much with such limited staff. They don't get the acclamation most of the time but get the criticism for many things that may not even be their fault.
That's a great information you provided,TT2. I appreciate your noble gesture of thanking to HP team. And I am happy that HP team is making it better even within their limitations. Thanks to HP team from my side also.
This is excellent news. Thank you for doing this, HP, and thank you for sharing this, TT2.
Very glad Hubbers are finding this useful!
That's what we want from the HubPages. Nice move on the part of HubPages.
Hubpages has some very intelligent tech people working for them, and the site always improves. Folks get all frustrated, but that's normal. It's a great website, just avoid the political forums, and write...and everything should work out. At least that is my theory.
Thanks, TIMETRAVELER2 for bringing this to our attention. I have two articles I hadn't been able to successfully resolve. I just checked them and I see the updated process on one article which provides the culprit's email address for you! This definitely makes it easier to file.
I was pleasantly surprised when I saw this feature too. I continue to be amazed at how admin makes this site better and more user-friendly on a regular basis.
by Person of Interest 3 weeks ago
... Published on a NIche Site.If HP were to not publish new articles until accepted by a niche site, writers might be more inclined to give HP the first right of refusal for newly written material. Leastwise, I would.As things stand now, HP effectively destroys the SEO of newly submitted material...
by ga anderson 6 years ago
wanted to rant - but thought maybe I could br wrong, and some community feedback might show me the errors I am missingThe story:I had a hub unpublished as duplicateI did not think it was so I contacted HP teamfound out they considered the author's resource box as dupe - so I edited itresubmitted...
by Abasi-amakan 4 days ago
Hi Hubbers,I'd like some help with passing the Quality Assessment Process. Will you please give feedback on my article? What can I do to improve? Thanks!Here is my article: How To Succeed In Blogging
by Sondra Rochelle 2 years ago
I know I have my times when I complain and question, but this is not one of them. I want to thank the HP team for all of the hard work they do, but more importantly, for the fact that they didn't give up when the going got tough. I almost did, but Robin encouraged me to stick with them,...
by Lela 6 years ago
"Writers write - Sites that want to exploit writers need to do the marketing and promotions, as well as PAY the writers for their product."From WillStarr:Bingo!It would benefit both parties if each did what they do best...writers should write, and the internet gurus (at HP) should then...
by Don Bobbitt 9 months ago
It looks like a fourth of my feed lately is comprised of new people wanting the rest of us to tell them how to write. All day I get request after request for help on passing the Quality Assessment. I mean Really? Many of your requests are just one step above being a jumble of mis-spelled words...
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