I used to leave most of them to be honest, I am now finding myself tackling the copied hubs list.
Yahoo Answers, Squidoo and Flixya are all great at taking them down quickly. I just filed one with Google Knol, let's see how good they are
It's the crappy little blogger blogs that I don't know how to deal with, they never have contact details. Ironic that, how do you deal with those?
Same here, Ryan. I'm pretty disappointed with Google, though. I've been trying to get them to remove their ads from one of my copied hubs for months now, but they haven't. I filled out all the appropriate forms and provided links, but the Google ads are still on the plagiarized articles.
I used to "live and let live" if somebody posted some of my hub in a forum or comments box, but now that we are seeing all sorts of stuff ranking above our content.... that isn't going to happen now
I am filing DMCAs for stuff that I know had been copied over a year ago, harsh but that's the environment we are in now!
You can report blogger blogs directly to google.
Here: http://www.google.com/support/blogger/b … nfringment
Or if they have their own domain name and hosting then you could contact their ISP and you can find that with a whois search....most Webhosts and internet service providers deal with these matters quite seriously as it reflects bad on them.
But generally blogger blogs, yeah you contact Google like Susan said!
Oh Sorry! didn't see the "a" even though I am wearing my new reading glasses.....Should have gone to spec savers!
I'll forgive you, but only because you look damn gorgeous in your new pic!
Ooooooo get you lolol!
I get it too miss pretty, usually frogSdropping or frogdroppingS, which completely alters things
@ Ryan I've been looking over mine. One of my hubs is copied so damn much it would take me forever to sort it all out.
by Audrey Selig 4 years ago
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by Rajan Singh Jolly 5 years ago
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by Alison Graham 5 years ago
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by Mackenzie Sage Wright 2 years ago
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by Cls1321 9 years ago
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