I have been reading some posts saying that if you get a copywrit symbol on one of your hubs it means that the hub has been copied somewhere else by someone other than the author, if so where would this copywriter symbol be found?
It's a red symbol that comes up on your list of hubs next to where the red or blue arrows appear.
When you open the hub, you get more information about the matter and can also generate a DMCA notice.
I have had this happen once and found the information/resources provided very useful.
by Marisa Wright3 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 Richard Arthur2 years ago
Perhaps this is already widely known, but I have just found most of my hubs copied in their entirety on hubinfo.netThere are literally thousands of our hubs there, all categorized, basically a cheap replica of...
by Suzanne Day2 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 Barbara Badder5 years ago
You should check this site and see if it has any copies of your hubs on it.http://lucki13.com/x/browse.php?u=Oi8va … 3D&b=5
by Carolee Samuda4 years ago
Yesterday I got an email from a hubber pointing me to an article on Bubblews which was copied from my HP account. I have emailed Bubblews and they removed it. You should check the site to see if any of your hubs have...
by Ronald E Franklin19 months ago
I just ran across a site, radikewl dot com, that had copied another hubber's hub that I had a comment on. The entire hub, including comments, is translated into Spanish. No author is named. That led me to do a search...
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