Why in the WORLD would you plagiarize someone else's work?!?!?!
Your root beer article thingy has the exact same wording as professor fankhauser's, and you didn't list him as a source!!! that's totally plagiarism!!!!!!!!!!!! I created an account on hub pages just so I could ask you that question, so I better get a good answer! I am a huge fan of fankhauser's work . also I posted a comment on the page.
Why in the WORLD would you plagiarize someone else's work?!?!?! Your root beer article thingy has the exact same wording as professor fankhauser's, and you didn't list him as a source!!! that's totally plagiarism!!!!!!!!!!!! I created an account on... read more
by Jacqui 6 years ago
Why is it that people insist on taking over someone else's question, or hub, for their own soapbox?Lately I've noticed several questions, and even the occasional hub, where several people answer the question, and one person (not the author either) take over and tell people they are wrong and why,...
by Sally Hayes 7 years ago
I just noticed today that the Hubpage site of another Hubber that I don't even know or even follow has shown up on my list of sites that are displaying ads from my Adsense account. I've never seen this happen before. Does anyone know what this means and should I be concerned about it? Why would my...
by Barkley Rosehill 7 years ago
Did you ever click on an ad on your own hub?It's ok, you can admit it. The adsense police are not here. When I first started writing online in 2007, I was amazed at how the whole thing worked. If I posted new content I wanted to make sure the ads on that page worked. I knew it was wrong, but I...
by Nell Rose 3 years ago
Not sure if it was just a glitch with one of my bio's but I had one appear on a hub that was nothing to do with me or the hub! I have changed it now, so you can't see it, but it was a hub about funny English old sayings, and the bio read something like this:We all love magic sometimes to obsession!...
by Adrienne Farricelli 5 years ago
Today, I was surprised to see a picture of my Rottweilers on Facebook. Soon, I noticed it was one of my friends sharing one of my articles, but a big surprise awaited me. I click on the article, and it's not from hubpages! Basically, somebody copied my article and pictures, and people were sharing...
by Laura Schneider 6 years ago
This is nothing new, just new to me: I was shocked to see the message that one of my quizzes had been taken a few times on HubPages but 20-some times 'on other sites'. I never gave permission for my work to be distributed to other sites like this. I read an old forum thread, which told me to start...
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