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It went to your hubpage Ryan. Was that the destination desired?
No, the Google Knol link.
Knol allows you to edit submissions, so I did. I deleted my stolen Hubpage from Knol, and replaced with a nice backlink
Knol have repeatedly ignored DMCA requests, so I took it upon myself. Get it?
I don't get it. You mean if you post an article on there, anyone can change it?
LOL! Good find. I should instruct my workers to make a raid on Knol
I guess this is Google's "New" way to list Best Search Results in their search engine. Use their Knol site, last to post gets the link!
Every article that thief has published is stolen - mostly from Buzzle but I found one from Hubpages http://hubpages.com/hub/Chromotherapy-a … -Evolution and another that he's stolen but so had the poster on HP (flagged - not the guy I've linked btw).
What is this Google Knol anyway? Run by Google - the people who don't want duplicate content??
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by Rochelle Frank3 months ago
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by Cynthia Calhoun5 years ago
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