What do you do when your poem is copied word for word by another blogger?
There is a post on one of the forums that you may find useful
Contact the owner of the blog first, then their hosting service provider about this issue. I'd provide screen shots of your poem and send it in to the service provider to give them proof that you're the original owner of the content. It'd be best if you have a date that shows when you've written the poem.
You can find out someone's web hosting service provider by going on whois.sc
Use Copyscape banners to warn users not to steal your content. Also Google alert to alert you whenever your keywords pop up on the search engine.
Copyright all your material posted. Wow I am sorry this happened. I agree with Mr-Yo LV
Put a horses head in their bed... It worked for The Godfather...
send them a wordy message..................................................................................................
smile broadly... when someone is that obvious it shows their lack of personal esteem and at that point credit becomes secondary. I can't imagine someone becoming rich off pieces I haven't so the infringement becomes personal and not financial. I am secure enough to know what I create and allow it to rest there...
by Rajan Singh Jolly 8 years ago
Just found 2 of my hubs copied here by this blogger athttp://fatema-taher.blogspot.in/since some time I've been experiencing a loss of traffic in some hubs of mine that have been doing very well for a long period of time. Since the drop was a continuous one I put a paragraph of one of my hub in...
by Sweetsusieg 10 years ago
What do you do when you have found a blogger who has stolen your material along with a BUNCH of...other Hubbers? I have written several Hubbers to let them know, but there seems to be a lot of articles that have been copied WORD for WORD...
by Alison Graham 8 years ago
I recently found one of my hubs copied on a blogger blog. The whole text, images and amazon adverts were there!I contacted another hubber Rajan Jolly as one of his hubs was also copied. I have to thank him for identifying and locating this blogger's profile here. It seems he has about 40 blogs on a...
by Audrey Selig 7 years ago
I am afraid to put much info until I investigate further and take action. Check your own. The scraped one appears just below mine on page 1 for my keywords. At least it is not above mine. The culprit has Google+ authorship. His date precedes mine, as my update date is later. So now I have to prove...
by Cls1321 12 years ago
someone copied my entire money making hub onto their lame blog. I spent a lot of time working on this hub, it has around 17 pages of content ....heres the hub http://hubpages.com/hub/HowTooMakeMoneyOnlineheres the articlehttp://articlesonthenet.blogspot.com/any fast responses are appreciated, I...
by IzzyM 10 years ago
On looking for scraped material ranking higher than my hubs, I found this site - live link not given - he has a lot of copied content there. Check yours isn't.hxxp://most-popular-articles.blogspot.com/2011/07/how-to-optimize-blogger-blog.html
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