Copying Content From WA for your site is NOT OK

Last Update: February 23, 2016

Someone posted a link to their website today in one of the classrooms asking for feedback. I quickly skimmed the page he posted and didn't give it much thought. It sounded a bit regurgitated, which is expected from a new member with little experience. Sounded as if he was just repeating something he heard, it wasn't very personal.

Later this evening I went into Course 3, lesson 2 to find some info to try to help someone with an issue. Low and behold, I'm reading word for word what I read on this WA members page earlier this afternoon.

Now I have to imagine this person is unaware that copying content is a no-no, otherwise, he wouldn't have put it out there so blatantly. I've tried searching for the culprit, but to no avail so far. I will continue my search.

But for those not aware,
YOU ARE NOT ALLOWED TO COPY CONTENT FOR YOUR OWN SITE!

For crying out loud.

- Stephen

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Loes Premium
That's exactly why we have affiliate links to all content that is allowed to share.
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dstaple1490 Premium
Like you said, Let's remember to teach. Kyle and Carson can handle anything beyond that:) Dave.
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Jonj47 Premium
I read over a page earlier that was the same way.
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whitsunday Premium
On the other hand, feel free to use your affiliate link at the top of every post to refer a reader to the appropriate information.
Janelle
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BigMook Premium
Yes, I probably should have added that. Thanks Janelle :)
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dsglthompson Premium
Be original!!!
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