Both of your hubs are copied from other sites. Hubpages only accepts unique and original articles that do not appear online anywhere else.
You are not first, we already have more than 200,000 members in it.
by Debra Roberts 4 months ago
Aside from sharing my article links on Facebook, what are some tried and true ways of increasing traffic/reads to our articles? I'm new; 3 weeks in, have 10 published and featured articles so far. I'm trying to figure out what the number on my profile photo means exactly. I know...
by Anna Marie Bowman 9 years ago
I found this when I logged in today. That little red c that lets you know someone copied your work. Here is the link. I know my work is my own. I have the pay stubs and personal stories to back it up. Link deletedI went back and looked, there is no way to flag posts, email...
by Shirley Anderson 10 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 posted it in its entirety and put a line at the bottom saying the article came...
by Marissa 7 years ago
I just found out that one of my hubs was copied into someone else's blog on YouSayToo.com. I saw other hubs from fellow hubbers listed as well in the same person's blog (Scorpion360). I read the site's terms of service, and it seems like they are only supposed to have unique and original content,...
by poetvix 8 years ago
What do you suggest...Someone copied my article off my Hub page, posted it elsewhere, and did not give me credit for having writen it but rather presented it as his own.
by Sally Gulbrandsen 4 years ago
How does one get the red copyright symbol removed the My Accounts page once you have successfully managed to get copied content removed please? There is probably one step in the process which I have overlooked.
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