Read a hub that says that flixya shares gooogle adsense revenue too, did anyone from the hub community earn anything from it. I was just wondering is it worth giving a shot. Any input is appreciated.
I've been on there because someone pasted and copied some stuff I'd written on here.
I didn't earn a cent
I get ripped off by Flixya constantly. I deleted half a dozen hubs last week because I just got sick of fighting theft of them--mostly Flixya. One of them had been stolen by seven people in one week, five at Flixya.
I would never join that site. They clearly wink at plagiarism IMO.
It is so sad that you had seven of your hubs stolen, seven in a week that kind of leaves me awestruck. Indirectly it proves you are a fab writer worth stealing lol. Tough luck ya..
No, it was one hub stolen by seven different people.
Most weeks I get one or two stolen by one person, but never seven people stealing the same one all at once.
I'm rewriting the stuff I removed. I'm guessing it was time to rewrite it anyway and update it.
I have emailed Flixya before with mixed results. Once they were prompt in removing it, the other times I had to go to Google and complain.
My frustration with this is just that it takes up a lot of time. I want to spend my time writing, not writing emails to sites that have stolen my writing.
pgrundy - when I found my stuff on flixya, I filed a report and the site was PDQ at removing it and apologising. I'm not saying they're a great site, only that for me, they did what they needed to do.
I'm going back to chack again - there was quite a lot of hubpage stuff on there.
Sorry to hear that you felt your only option was to remove articles. That sucks.
Yes, the only time I've come across Flixya is when a member has plagiarised something.
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