I found this* thread interesting and if the results of many autoblog owners are similar to what is portrayed in this thread then please keep track of your hubs. I'm not going to give linkjuice to this forum thread so copy and paste the below link in address bar to read the post.
1. File adsense abuse report against autoblog owner who attempt copy your work.
2. Report autoblog to hosting service provider.
3. Check hubdefender/copyscape and similar other services like un.cov.er to find scrapers.
You forgot the link or it didn't post for some reason.
Skyfire said why the link wasn't posted.
I don't see a plain text URL is what I meant. I shouldn't have said link as thats the wrong word.
My bad. Actually, what I should have said- Skyfire did not post the actual link because Skyfire didn't feel like giving that forum thread on that site, a link to our forum.
However, someone else has decided to post the link anyways, which defeats Skyfire's intention.
Skyfire only wanted to point something out to people, but didn't want to give out the free link to the forum thread providing the entertainment or information, depending on how you want to look at the material.
Next time, I'll look before I leap.
Complete waste of time. Sorry - there are millions of these guys doing this.
This is nuts.
I'm sure atleast few hosts like hostgator/dreamhost will take actions against these content thieves if reported. We've few threads here on HP forum where many autoblog owners removed content from their site and also apologized to hubbers for stealing their work.
Look at what this guy is bragging about!
http://www.warriorforum.com/adsense-ppc … ost3446644
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