I was surfing through the net today and found out that one person has copied one of my highly popular hub, "How to make a remote controlled robot car" hubpages.com/hub/How-to-make-a-Remote-Controlled-Robot-Car
Here is the link of my copied article: http://gsei.blog.co.in/2009/09/30/inspi … s-autobot/
This site is an Indian site plus I am feeling really ashamed today to mention that this person is also an Indian who is copying other people's articles and pasting them in this free site.
There was no way to contact this person so I contacted his site's support team for help and also commented in his article regarding removal of this blog post. I have given him one day's time for deleting this article.
Please let me know what other necessary steps I have to take to make sure that this does not happen again.
Wow. That page has been deleted by the blog.co.in support team. Thanks a lot for their effort. I have not seen such a fast service.
Those site automatically steal your stuff with a bot. Hopefully it doesn't happen again.
Nice job in spotting it!
Thank you very much HealthTip, Jane, retellect for your support and advice. I will try to find more copied hubs via search engines today.
when ever you publish something, If it is of general interest then people will start copy and pasting your stuff in different places but i have found for me is that they always include where they got it from and my link
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