After a search landed me in a flixya page(it's rare) I went to the homepage and there I saw this "blog" as recently published.
http://www.flixya.com/blog/2422358/Arch … -Noahs-Ark
And here is the guy's profile.
Looks like we are going to face another wide scale theft here.
What do you all suggest?
I'm curious that so many things are stolen on the web. How does one find these things? The Internet is so vast that it would be the most amazing thing to find these things by coincidence, although that's how a lot seem to be finding them...
You can easily find stolen content by running a copyscape check, Hubpages also have built in duplicacy/copy filter though today I found it purely by coincidence.
use it http://www.google.com/alerts . you can create alert for each of your hubs.
I did that and it said that there were no more free spaces for this site as they had all been used up!!!!
I just checked it, it's alright, have another look
You can check instantly with preview result option or create an alert permanently too
Hi, I have just gone over and joined! Then through flixya I have reported him!
The he has stolen hubs by
SimeyC - http://hubpages.com/hub/Quick-ways-to-get-backlinks
weholdthesetruths - http://hubpages.com/hub/Why-Palin-Makes-Liberals-Nuts
jacl01 - http://hubpages.com/hub/Instant-Approva … irectories
Patty Inglish MS - http://hubpages.com/hub/Archaeological- … -Noahs-Ark
It's now well known what happens in flixya these days. It's hard to find any original content over there.
If they have AdSense, you can register a DMCA with Google AdSense by clicking the "Ads by Google" link, and following it to their online form - handy. I have been doing that a lot this December - so far all has been resolved successfully - still waiting for one to be taken down.
'tis the season
Actually, there is a DMCA link at the bottom of his page, and every single article title looks like something I have seen on HubPages!
Hi, I just checked! guess what is at the top of his so called new story? Yep My latest Hub! GGGrrrrr!
That wasn't there earlier Nell!
This guy seems to be caught in the act, so to speak. He is putting up loads of hubpages hubs right now!
You can email a complaint here (as a first step):
I sent a complaint in even though he has not yet stolen any of mine.
sure he didn't imagine hubbers will be over him so quickly.
The way spam is increasing here( and all over the net), he may be a so called "hubber"!
Well well well!
Seems your 'only' hub is up there too!
it's his brand new account
He has more in hubpages for sure if I am not way too seriously wrong.
Yes he does. he said he created the new name because everyone fell out with him in the forums!
And his hub about how to block adsense ads is completely anti-hubbers
What better way to get his message out?
IzzyM, I found some articles on how to how to know the IP address of another computer searching in Google but I don't understand the steps
I think it can help.
Oh well when I logged on today it seemed it first I am being accused as the thief !!! Now, to make things clear, yes I had problem with google adsense and hence that "only" article. But don't worry hubbers, I am not promoting it and nobody is going to find it, it was just to get the message out. Though I still manage to keep my adsense account, when somebody clickbombed my ads Big G treated me as a thief, with amazingly rude email replies and all. G thinks India & China are the land of scammers, poor fellows desparate for money. Dahh, I think they need to brush up their general economic knowledge.
I am not here for making big bucks and I don't give a damn if I stop writing online altogether. If I gett completely pissed of with HP, I will simply move on, and not go around stealing hubs
You have never been accused as thief. I thought I was accused as thief. But I don't think IzzyM had no intention to accuse any one of us as thief.
Also check with this person:
They have stolen at least 5 hubber's hubs. If you write about weddings or dresses, your hub is in there as all 128 of her articles are all stolen, word-for-word.
Arg! So mad right now!
I had trouble with a thief at articlesbase a week or two back, but they responded almost right away to my email complaint and removed the thief completely.
Which is good to know
The Flixya thief has been suspended!!
How's that for fast work! lol
Looks like the culprit's account has been closed, user no longer exist!
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