Today I notice one of my hub is copied by another hubber. Still I see that hubber still publish that hub. I don't know why that hubber do that? Is it good to steal any hubbers content and then publish with a different name?
Plz tell me what to do...?
For your reference and comment:
My own hub [original hub] is:
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The copied hub is:
Free ESET NOD32 Username and Passwords
If you see you may find the following :
-The hubber xujordan copied all the texts form my own published hub.
-The image is also copied.
-The comments part is also prove that xujordan copied my texts as I got comment from others before 7 days ago.
If you read the FAQ, there's a proper way to deal with this, and it's not posting to the forums...
She asked for advice and you gave it, which was good of you, but perhaps you could have left it there.
I'm sure the HubPages staff team are more than capable of informing hubbers as to what they should or shouldn't be doing...
* Especially as Rancid posted her question in the 'Need help? Ask here' part of the forum, which would seem like the perfect place to me.
I flagged it and I hope you did too. I'm sure the HP staff will do something to have it removed.
thanks livewithrichard for your suggestion and for flagging that hub. Now, I flagged that hub.
I also take a snapshot to his hub to prove that I say the truth. If you want to see the snapshot of my steal content, you may see from the following link:
<no links please>
It appears that this person has copied all of his hubs from other sources!
thanks all.... for your suggestions. Now, I mailed to email@example.com and I am waiting for their reply.
Dear hubbers, if you have any other suggestions, please tell me. I will definitely need your suggestions in future because in future if any body copy my own page, I will follow your suggestions.
I'm pretty sure that if you find a hubber has copied your hub on HubPages that the team will take care of it very quickly, they always do.
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