Tired of looking at hubs that are obviously copied from somewhere else. You see one or two lines of broken English or text message writing and then a paragraph of perfect English using words that the writer probably does not even understand. Don't they realize that it makes them look very stupid and totally unprofessional! Actually they are thieves stealing other peoples words.
by Stacie L 6 years ago
From time to time I check on my articles for copyright infringement. I can find several sites that have used my unique wording of a paragraph or two on another site.Is this a copyright violation or not? Looks like some webmaster copy and paste paragraphs from several sites and piece them together...
by wrenfrost56 8 years ago
I was just surfing when I came accross this!<no links please!>I can't beleive it! Are they really allowed to promote this crap!
by Audrey Selig 5 years ago
I checked today on this website and found one of Cardisa's recent salad recipes stolen with a dead link to the hub. It is a summary of the hub. I don't know if anything else can be done. It may take traffic away from our site. I have done what I can. I reported it as spam to Google. and someone...
by 3 Finger Reader 4 years ago
I want to ask all of you folks in the forum--how do you feel about writing in the first person in your hubs? Do you think it's unprofessional? I have been debating about this for some time. I feel a great deal of internal pressure to write more "professional" hubs, since...
by Bev G 3 years ago
This is very weird. My daughter alerted me to the fact she found her artwork (from Deviant Art) on this site. When I looked into it and did a search for my name, it brought up an image from HP. However, the image is hotlinked, not actually stolen and reproduced. They seem to ask the prospective...
by kimber224 10 years ago
I don't think this is the best place to be sharing your personal problems.
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