When someone "steals" my hubs and uses it on his page, how much does google's authorship help me
to get it back?
No difference really. You already have enough evidence without that. You need to file a DMCA with the website using your Hub. You can also file a complaint direct with Adsense if they have Adsense on their site.
by Baraccuza 23 months ago
Many people writing different things. But I and I'm sure that many other people would like to know the potential of hubpages. Thanks for answers.
by Adopt-a-Dog 8 years ago
Hi, I have been posting a series of hubs on Dog Care and Adoption topics. All my hubs are original and I type each character in it. I also got a decent number of Hubs(21) to begin with all with good content. But google has twice turned down my request for adsense Account. It says-" Thank you...
by letterme 7 years ago
How many of your hubs stay in Google's first page? How many ranked number 1?
by Shadesbreath 9 years ago
A couple days back I was following a thread (Link Here) where SunSeven was talking about a hub that was taken down because the ads "started showing Google Public Interest" ads.Nelle Hoxie made a comment about how that stuff is bad and can cost you your adsense account. ...
by StricktlyDating 7 years ago
What to do when someone steals your HubPages identity? A blogger has "Stricktly Dating Hubpages"What actions to take when someone publishes on another site with your username and HubPages as their blog title? There is a Blogspot blog with the title "Stricktly Dating...
by Kathryn Skaggs 3 years ago
I am major curious about the answer to this mystery.... just how much traffic are those Hubs who make it to the HOT HUBS actually receiving? I know that most likely nobody is going to give this up with specific numbers.... but how about some averages as to what kind of traffic brings a...
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