A serious alternative to filling DMCAs?
I'm sure many Hubbers here will be familiar with having their Hubs stolen and reproduced on other sites, losing views, losing revenue and potentially having their articles outranked by stolen content.
Even after you find the offending site, finding the hosting company to file the DMCA with can be difficult.
After some research I have found an alternative, just requesting Google deindex the offending site/s.
Now this is not as good as getting the content taken down but it means it won't show up in search results. Here is the link https://www.google.com/webmasters/tools … 1&
I've seriously considered re-writing stolen articles, because the battle to get them taken down is more stress than it's worth.
I have actually done this, a paragraph from one of my articles was used by a seller on Amazon in the description and in turn hundreds of Amazon estores, affiliate sites and spammy sites have either copied or imported the description.
by SpaceShanty2 years ago
I'm sure many Hubbers here will be familiar with having their Hubs stolen and reproduced on other sites, losing views, losing revenue and potentially having their articles outranked by stolen content. Even after you...
by Maina Ndungu2 weeks ago
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by Rochelle Frank3 weeks ago
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by Mary McShane3 years ago
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by Rob Welsh6 years ago
These Thieves are back up again.. and once again monetized with that company that has a dollar each way on both the thieves and the Copyright owners... Google!It appears that much of the HubPages content has been...
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