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Have you ever found out that your hubs were being published by someone else on another website? If so, how did you find it out?
Periodically someone will post in these forums that they have found content copied from HP and posted on another website, and they will name the site and sometimes the HP authors whose work they have found.
One recommended method for finding copied content that is mentioned around those times is to copy a few sentences from a Hub and paste it into a search engine's search box. (Use quotation marks for best results.) That may help to find copied content, but it could miss some if the copier did not use those exact sentences in their (mostly) copied article.
If you use Chrome, you can just highlight some text in your hub and right click, which will allow you to search for it in Google.
Be warned - if you start looking, you can end up with a lot of work trying to get copied hubs taken down, but it needs to be done.
I'm finding a lot of my stuff copied in forum posts at the moment
cardelean just found that someone by the name of scorpian360 (appropriately named) from flixya.com was pirating multiple hubs from the featured hub page and claiming it as his/her own. She notified HP team and the other hubbers about this.
She discoverred it by googling her title.
by Sally Gulbrandsen3 years ago
I have just discovered that someone who is a google member has stolen the content of my Bird Pod Tutorial. I don't know how to contact him to ask him to remove it, could someone assist me please. I don't...
by Suzanne Day3 years ago
Hi all,I've been using Google Alerts to find and report duplicated hubs without having to spend hours doing a monthly search for them. Here's what you do. Go to Google Alerts, add an alert and copy and paste the...
by Arun Dev2 years ago
Why are these HubPages subdomain urls being listed like this on Google search?jptrans.naver.net>Explore>Health>Health Care, Drugs and Insurance>Selecting a Procedure or...
by Kate Swanson3 years ago
I notice that on the "copied Hubs" page, there's a column for "removed". I've never seen any Hub with an entry in that "removed" column and there seems to be no way to mark a...
by Cynthia Calhoun5 years ago
As hubbers, we know that our content can and will be copied. We file DMCA complaints. We try to use CopyScape. We try to sign up for Google alerts.Is there any other way to help protect our content BEFORE it...
by Shirley Anderson9 years ago
After me saying this afternoon that no one has stolen my work for online purposes, it happened. I noticed this evening that a copy of one of my hubs is in a forum called Spot25. Some guy by the name of Eric...
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