I have several Hubs that show up as being copied content, but when I click on the URL shown where HP shows it; I'll get to some really unfamiliar looking site that shows no signs of having anything on it that would look at all like articles; and that REALLY don't have anything on them that resemble any of the kind of stuff I write. A click or two on those sites is far from enough to find where anything that's mine might be buried on such sites. Essentially, I don't know how on Earth I can find my stuff or who to write to.
I've actually wondered if it's just some glitch somewhere, but there are a lot of them. So, I don't really know what to do.
I've been alerted to some of my own articles being copied to blogs, and the HubPages alert lists the main page of the blog, but the article has so quickly moved from the main page, it's not there by the time I went and looked. But by pasting a snippet of my text into Google, I did find the pages where the stolen content was located.
by Liz Elias 4 years ago
While at a doctor's appointment with my husband, my cell phone rang. This is not a common thing, as I don't have a so-called "smart" phone, and I very, very rarely give out the number. It's for emergencies and keeping in touch while away from home.I had earlier tried to reach...
by Kate Swanson 6 years ago
We all appreciate that it's our own responsibility to protect our own work, but it's a big job, and it's in HubPages interest to help us, because plagiarism affects the whole site's income.On another thread, there have been several suggestions of features HubPages could add. So far we have:-...
by Joween Flores 4 years ago
by LindaSmith1 3 years ago
I decided to see how easy it was to prevent content from being copied. I did a quick search and found sites with codes to copy and paste onto your site. It took me 15 minutes to do one of my sites. Now neither my content or photos can be copied. I am not computer saavy, so...
by Tony 3 years ago
Wondering where some of my traffic has buggered off to so I have searched some of my main keywords only to find that direct copies of my hubs now outrank the original hubs by being published on of all places LinkedIn...It seems that a copy on LinkedIn will outrank our original articles very...
by Liz Elias 4 years ago
I was advised via HP's automatic warning about several hubs that "may have been stolen."The title of your article shows after the initial address that includes "ics21"The first time you click on the link, it does, in fact, take you to a page where a copy of your hub is...
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