November 17, 2009

Well, well. Look what I found…

I was trolling around on the Internet; trying to figure out how some of you know what Google Searches are leading to your blogs.  Does that even make sense?  I’ve come across a few blogs where the authors have posted how some people have stumbled across their blogs through Google – and what the word search was that led them there.  (Yes, that’s clearer)

Anyway, lo and behold, look what I found:

I don’t know who or what this jerk is – but he STOLE my content!  This is mine:

Yes, the jerk garbled it; but it’s MINE!!!!  And you know what?  I didn’t even get attribution!  I’ve searched the site high and low – and there’s no way to reach the jerk that I have discovered yet.

I also found this:

But at least these people list me as the “Source” and when you click the title it directs you back to my page.

I’ve done a little research – and apparently, at least the first one are called SPLOGS – I can only assume that means Spam Blogs.  What their purpose is I don’t know.  But if I can figure out how to hunt this guy down and hurt him; I will. 

So anybody with any ideas on how to protect my stuff – without locking this sight down tighter than Fort Knox – please let me know.  Because this really, really ticks me off.


  1. WTH! I can't make head nor tale of what he's garbled YOUR post into! It makes no sense!! or am I going blind & mad in my old age? And I really don't get why he's copied it either? I'm very confused...Same here, what's the point??

  2. I know, right?? But clearly it's mine - jerk.

  3. Well you are going to spill how you found that right?
    I have no idea why someone can't write their own blog!

  4. Oops... took off the word verification because I had no idea it was turned on. SORRY

  5. Oh Jody - I wasn't condemning anyone for having word verification - I just didn't want to have it anymore! But thanks!

  6. wow- who knew? you can check this stuff with google analytics. if u can't figure it out let me know.