There's a new thief out there on blogspot.com stealing recipe hubs... the name is resepbundaku
You mean this bloggy is stealing your recipes? Shame on him/her!! Did he/she just copy and paste your recipes?
Had a quick look, Susan. You're definitely right - I saw a couple of photos that I know I've seen on HP but unfortunately can't remember whose Hubs they belong to, so that I could let them know.
I find it increasingly hard to believe that in these days of Internet technology, duplicate/stolen content cannot be instantly identified (I really mean instantly!) and addressed by Google.
Or maybe Google have too many people employed thinking up stupid names for their next stupid update...???
I had a brief look and it appears that some gave been copied straight and some have been spun. I saw one for egg salad but couldn't tell whether or not it was Dale Hyde's recent one. There was one for Flamingo Chicken, which I remember seeing on HP but don't remember whose it was. There are others for baby food, come Chinese dishes (RJSadowski perhaps?) and triple chocolate muffins. There are not too many, but there are definitely some that have been copied for HP.
by Audrey Selig 5 years ago
I checked today on this website and found one of Cardisa's recent salad recipes stolen with a dead link to the hub. It is a summary of the hub. I don't know if anything else can be done. It may take traffic away from our site. I have done what I can. I reported it as spam to Google. and someone...
by Andrew Spacey 5 years ago
Thieves are stealing our articles.What can we do?Internet thieves are laughing their heads off,all the way to the bank in many cases. All they need do is copy content, sit back and enjoy the rewards. What can authors/writers do to help stop this blatant criminal activity? DMCA filing doesn't work....
by SmartAndFun 3 years ago
Thanks to ThatMommyBlogger for finding this site and bringing it up in another thread. I think it deserves its own thread to warn HP writers. It looks like a site called 2uidea-dot-com is taking newly published hubs and putting them up as their own at a rapid pace. It appears they have filled their...
by Valerie Washington 7 years ago
Have you ever stolen anything? Pens, towels from a hotel, neighbor's newspapers? Come clean!
by Dawn Michael 7 years ago
sweetsusie bug just informed me that she saw on of my hubs word for word on a blog what rights do I have on this?
by Rob Welsh 6 years ago
How many more times are we expected to have to put up with Article Thieves who use HP solely as a place to easily Steal from and to enable those thieves to fill their own sites with our Original and Copyrighted articles/content/keywords that we published Here in good faith?How about HP getting more...
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