copying hubs by below blogger! be aware and report the post or dmca if it has your content
There are many bloggers and sites do the same.. I am thinking to create a list of 'em
I can't believe it. They've even copied a page from Wikipedia.
These articles were stolen by a young man named PakistanJam. A DMCA will not help, but you can report what he did to Google by using this link. He is also on Facebook, so you might want to leave a public message on his timeline that you don't appreciate the fact that he copied your work.
I feel you. Unfortunately this happened to me twice and I got a notice by Hubpages which said that I have copied someone's content! I was furious as you can imagine, because at least Hubpages saves the date you create the content for the first time and the date when you edited it last. I ran Copyscape and I found out two different bloggers who have copied part of my content. I asked them nicely to remove it. One of the bloggers did, because she didn't think it caused me problems. Anyway she deleted the post. The other one did not even reply! Because of him, I had to delete the whole hub! I was heartbroken to say the least, because that certain hub was even my very first hub I published on Hubpages!!
The process of proving which one of the posts [yours or the other blogger's] is the original, is too long and requires a lot of formalities. That caused me to delete my hub. I hope I won't have this problem again. I hope you will not have this problem ever!
You shouldn't delete your hubs if you're the original author.
They will continue to steal if everyone does that.
That must have been kind of horrible. Hasn't happened to me and I hope it never does.
I had a similar thing happen to me. I had posted several articles on another site. I started submitting to Bubblews and 2 of their writers started taking articles I posted in Sept. somewhere else and posting them as their own in Feb. on Bubblews. It was a mess.
It happened to me. I proved in 3 days that I was the original author, but by that time interest in the hub had waned, and it never did as well as it would have without the accusation. I have one hub that keeps being copied, and I filed a dmca. It didn't do any good, so I don't bother anymore.
by Audrey Selig 7 years ago
There is so much of this going on that it may not be worthwhile to mention. Since I know that this site is not cooperative, I sent my DMCA complaint to Google. My hub is copied word for word with all the lovely photographs and even a link to another similar hub. It probably is my best hub with lots...
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 Adele Cosgrove-Bray 4 years ago
Is there a way to block the ability to Copy articles on Hubpages? Some websites have this, so that when anyone tries to left-click their mouse to Copy, the process is blocked somehow. The reason I ask is because I've had to report one website for the second time in little over a week...
by Melanie Palen 7 years ago
I've had a few hubs copied on various sites and Yahoo! was WAAAY on the ball in removing content that users had put on various parts on their site. A webmaster who copied my content also removed content when I contacted them. A blogger that uses Google Blogger has not responded so I contacted...
by clark farley 7 years ago
while going through google buzz i found that my hubs are posted on a site called 68Articles.comdoes anyone know anything about this site? i did not post my hubs there nor did i give any permission to do so. in fact, i wasn't even aware of teh site.does anyone know how they would've gotten access to...
by Joween Flores 4 years ago
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