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Blog Thief

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Hey fellow crafters! Today I'm taking a small break from crafting articles to talk about a blog thief. I write my articles to share my expertise, my tips and tricks, project ideas based on what I'm creating, like my how I made article course and what I have learned from trial and error. 

I work hard to provide helpful and interesting content for all of you. I don't write this blog to 'get quick money', I make maybe 20 cents a day from google ads lol. 

So, when I suddenly found my article online, copied word for word, with my photos, it broke my heart a little. But then once I looked further into it and found that not just one of my articles had been taken, but all of my articles since NOVEMBER 2020 had been stolen and copied word for word and all of my images, with no attribution, my heart was crushed.

This blog thief has no contact information, meaning that I cannot send a cease and desist. I emailed the host of their blog, Namecheap, regarding the details and heard nothing back. And I also sent the links to google copyright, which said it was approved, but nothing changed.

I don't know what else to do but to share this information with my fellow crafters. Make sure when reading my articles you are on, that is my site.


Thanks to all of you fellow crafters for being so amazing and supportive of my blog and for reading this article, I'll be back at it again within the next couple days with a new project. And


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