I just hopped 20 hubs and didn't find a single piece of copy and paste. In the past, I would find at least 2 or 3 in every ten were blatant copies of something already online.
Things are looking up!
by Elena. 9 years ago
Hi everyone,My hub A Love Letter (http://hubpages.com/hub/ALoveLetter) has been flagged as duplicate, which means someone has snagged it and posted somewhere else. I can't find where, and I appreciate if you help me find the copycat.For those of you who read it, you know it's a "follow...
by suziecat7 8 years ago
It said that it may be flagged for being over-promotional. I included links so readers could listen to some of the music I described. I am not an afffiliate or anything. Could someone tell me how I can fix it? Thank you.http://hubpages.com/_36otspfnata5l/hub/ … -by-Decade
by thisisoli 7 years ago
I am concerned that one of my first articles since the update has received the duplicate filter and has been unpublished already, despite the duplicates being rather obvious stolen work, link filled trash hosted on some server in vietnam.Now the Hub has not only bene unpublished but it has a...
by ns1209 8 years ago
I just wrote a quotes hub and it says duplicate content - which I can understand as probably 80 % of the hub is quotes copied and pasted from the internet. However is this normal for quotes hubs and do you ask for the duplicate content penalty to be removed or just carry on and ignore it!
by Debra Allen 8 years ago
DUPLICATE: Our system has detected a high number of duplicates of this Hub's content on the Web. [learn more]
by muratos 7 years ago
Hi friends,I have today noticed a very disturbing automated content attack on most of my hubs. I suspect many other hubbers may also suffer from this.It is basically working like this. For example, my original hub is here:http://hubpages.com/hub/HTC-Evo-4G-CasesThe spammer opened an account by the...
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