Some new hubber has taken my Hub on Mormonism, women and the vote that I just published and stolen it.
Didn't even try to change it up... help? What do I do?
What nerve! She even got one really awesome comment! LOL I want that comment it is mine!
http://hubpages.com/hub/HistoryofWomenA … IRSTInUtah
This hubber has six hubs and i think you all need to go check and see if one of them is yours. The dork even approved my comment shouting to unpublish.... go figure!
I am not a seasoned hubber so I may be wrong on this but I would think that you could go to their link, flag the hub and click other. then post in the comments that it was stolen from you and put your hub link for them to verify the date. If someone else knows of something better maybe they'll be in soon! Best of luck to ya!
This is the profile page of the hubber... you really need to check. I had wondered why my score was staying so low on that Hub of mine, when it was getting decent traffic..
Now I know what to watch for in the future.
LOL No need! I posted a comment with yours, clicked on the other hubs to check them out and they are all gone! I'll go back and see if this one is still there and flag it if it is!
Yep! It's gone, too! Boy, HP acts fast when there is a fungus amongus, don't they? LOL Glad that is taken care of, Nana!
thanks for checking:-) I wonder if HP removed it or the Hubber was afraid of a real Mormon Woman on the path! LOL
I came across the HUB last night and flagged it, also sent you some communication about it. I can't believe it has taken this long to get rid of the guy. Good luck with your traffic increase now.
Doghouse.... I never saw the email you sent. But that also seems to be a problem too.
Communications being sent and received through HP. I have quite a few people that never get my emails when I publish! Even my own husband and kids? They are really frustrated as am I..
So thanks for trying to give me a heads up! I guess we all better take better notes and check our work.
You would think that the HP system would be able to detect an EXACT duplicate within its own system and NOT even publish it before it is reviewed? I don't get that.
I would hope that in the future.... HP can at least create a system that protects us within our own "environment" from this type of crime.
Thank you all for swooping in to help. You are great Hubbers and friends:-)
Now... I really need a shower! So I am off... LOL
We're working on it.
Seriously, when things like this happen, and we don't have a system (yet) that can immediately react to every possible transgression, flag it (problems like this should be flagged as "other") and/or email us. We try to be as responsive as possible.
That author has already been banned.
Paul Deeds caught that one - he's on top of the Forums, I on email. But we'll have a new team member Monday - someone who you already know.
Thank you HP...
Honestly I know you guys work really hard and I know that I have benefited because of it more than once:-)
You rock! I am off to SD for the rest of the day. Oh the weather here in SO Cal is amazing today!
Maybe I will hit the beach for a few good pictures also... My son went surfing yesterday and had 10 foot waves! Yikes... not what a mother wants to hear, you know:-)
Yippee! He is banned. Now that is what I call action, protection and a great message!
Wow, that was fast. Way to go, Paul, Jason, and the rest of Hubber staff.
May i guess the mystery person? Darkside?
This is terrible to have someone steal another's writer's work, but the hub team sure works fast! I am impressed!
LOL I don't remember Kathryn being against flagging - if it at all matters
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