The website in question is https://boburga dot ru
It has dozens of my articles and pictures stolen and I see many familiar articles from other hubbers who write about pets here.
I assume they are planning to steal articles on other topics from here soon considering that they have several subheads tackling cooking, health, parenting etc.
Thought to give a head's up to those writing on Pethelpful.
They are monetizing on the articles with Google ads.
I am having trouble finding their hosting company. It says cloudflare but I once contacted cloudflare a while back and they said they were not a host.
Reporting them to Google AdSense will hurt them the most in the long term because they'll lose their account. The downside is you usually have to wait a while for Google to deal with it. In the meantime you can also report it to Google search to make sure the pages don't get traffic.
You mean raising a DMCA? While I search in google some time I see result which reads similar to, "Skipped the result because of DMCA Complaint".
Thanks Susana, it' just an exhausting process when you have over 20 articles copied. I try to do a few a day, but my preferred method was to report directly to the hosting company as they would just take it down versus Google just de-indexing it.
If it is a Russian hosting company you are most likely wasting your time. Susana´s option is better.
It is a pain for sure. That's also my preferred option because it's the fastest.
Cloudflare should pass on the DMCA to the host. Did you fill out this form? https://www.cloudflare.com/abuse/form
You can report the copied content to Google here. Click "Submit a Legal Request" to get started. The articles may not be unpublished, but they will most likely be removed from Google's search results.
I just took a peek at that website, but how on earth can I discover if my articles are on there. Do I have to scroll through them all? I don't have time to do that.
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by Adrienne Janet Farricelli 5 years ago
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