I have found my poem Dedicated to a Devoted Tabby on besthubpages.com? Waht do I do about it?
I discovered this when I went and googled my name as one word FloraBreenRobison as it appears as my user nbame on hubpages
it is a link. So I don't need to worry? I've been looking to see if my work is duplicated. Thanks for the information. !
This site posts links to articles found on HubPages, so you are benefiting from backlinks. However, with that said, I have found a few articles that are quite similar to mine, they appear as if several of my topics/articles have been tuned into one article.
Luis, would you clarify this please? (I'm a bit thick here.)
When FBR reported this last night, I checked out the site, because I was very suspicious of it. All I could see turned out actually to be backlinked articles - but I only checked a few out of thousands!
I'm not sure I understand what you are saying about several articles being turned into one article. In what way is that done, i.e., how does it show up on besthubpages?
(PS - Is it possible that someone on HP stole your content and turned it into the combined articles?)
Simple; There are some articles there that look too similar to some of mine, both in wording and in title, as if some of my articles were condensed into one article. Since I cannot 100% prove anything I'm leaving it at is.
It's still a great source for backlinks.
I guess what I didn't understand was whether you were saying that the copycat articles were also simply linked. Or did the entire article appear there? Did you track down the Hubber who copied you? I know that there are some here who copy others' content, and they need to be exposed!
Ohhhhh, I think I initially read your post too fast, because in rereading it now, I see that you have answered my last question. Thanks!
You're welcome: Since I often write photography articles about genres that are seldom explored it seems strange that when I post one that same day or a couple of days afterwards a similar topic pops up with almost an identical tittle and similar wording, including mistakes such as USES instead of USE, an error which I am prone to commit.
Thanks for the further information, Luis. I will watch this site closely.
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