well I've spent the past hour reporting two sites for copying one of my hubs..I found this on google and reported them
http://www.plagiarismchecker.com/report … php#google
and I've added a disclaimer on top of my copied hub telling any reader that is has been copied and where.maybe readers will start reporting back...this is getting old
One of the best places to check for copies is here:
Page rank of 8.
Looks like I have to pay to use this...
"The maximum number of scans per month has been reached for this site.
For more, please sign up for a Premium account. More info..."
That big, blue eye looks familiar somehow…
Hmmm, I thought you could use it a few times a day for free. Well, it still is the best place to check for copies of any webpages.
But I guess you have to pay for it.
i don't know how Google or any other search engine can take measures against those who have blogs and copy articles.They don't appear to have adsense on the sites
I've received no response from the thief
That's so frustrating! Good for you for taking a stand against plagiarism- I hope it gets worked out. It seems like people think that just because it's online, words are free to steal. Drives me nuts!
Adsense or not, if google manually removes them from search engine results it would hurt. It would also prevent copied content from causing any harm to the real owner.
I use nothing other than that except for the occasional google search of my work.
However, I am currently developing something similar to hubdefender that has more features as hubdefender doesn't quite meet all my needs. Great site, though.
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