There seems to be a problem with the automated 'copied Hubs' process.
My Hub: http://hubpages.com/hub/Guinness-Shepherds-Pie
is reported as being copied: http://www.burlingtonfreepress.com/arti … -wandering
These articles are completely different!
I have a few other 'copied' hubs that are not actually copied too!
I find it hard to write about food ideas , rules and anything that can not be changed due to facts. When writing your food ideas try doing from scratch and write on a piece of paper.
If a removed date is specified, that means that we recognize that your hub and that url no longer contain the same text. There are two possibilities in this case, there was a bug in our detector at the time that page was discovered or that URL contained the contents of your hub at one time, but no longer does. Anyway, you can just X out the ones you are no longer interested in (the button is over on the right side).
SmileyC, you are right these articles are entirely different. I agree with you something is wrong. In my case I had an article copied and it was copied by someone cutting and pasting my entire hubpage including the pictures. My article was obviously copied. I feel your pain.
by Mary McShane 4 years ago
If you have noticed your traffic decreasing lately on some of your hubs, this Facebook page is copying content from several hubbers and publishing it on their FB page. The Facebook page is called OHealth atwww .facebook .com /pages ...
by Marcy Goodfleisch 5 years ago
If you are seeing a drop in traffic, start checking for more stolen content. After seeing a nice surge in traffic following the latest Panda thing, I suddenly tanked. Stats were not updated quickly, so it took me a bit to realize I was indeed seeing a 'trend.' Sure enough - there...
by DK 5 years ago
This forum is a place for you to post hubs that you think are clearly of low quality and need flagging. Committed hubbers should follow this forum and check these hubs posted for quality when they have the time. If a hub has been clearly copied (for example from a PDF file that the plagiarism...
by Kim Kennedy 5 years ago
Yet another copier out there. I just found my latest hub copied at myfirstbloghotel dot blogspot dot co dot uk. Word for word copy with 15 of my photos in the sculpture gardens (with innerspin as the source,) They have dated it 18th June, which was before I published my hub, indeed before I'd...
by Nick B 5 years ago
True, I've reproduced some of my hubs in other places, but many of them I unpublished too. However, one or two of my hubs I have noticed have been copied and I either cannot find any trace of this when following the link, or, as as happened recently, I have sent a snotagram to Google and had then...
by JSAlison 8 years ago
The site below has copied quite a few hubs. In fact as far as I can tell, all its posts are rip offs of hubs.http://wikiwheels.com/A few of the hubs...
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