Blogging and Article writing is all about creativity. A lot of effort,sweat and commitment is put in place by writers to develop good Articles.
Should we put in all efforts into writing and another person takes the glory. This is why we creative writers must come together to say "NO" to this bad practice.
It took me a whole day to compose, research and write an article on:
I was searching through the web today, lo and behold, I saw exactly my article on fabpulse.com. This should not be.
I got fabpulse founder's contact Mr. Dominic Nwodo, I reached out to him, informed him of how he stole my article and why plagiarism is a serious offence. To my greatest surprise, these were his response:
"Over 200 of my originally created contents were plagiarized by many sites and bloggers "
"That's how it's done, only one person no fit make money bro"
"Do you think that Linda Ikeji made her money by only original articles? No bro, the thing there is as a creative minded person you hate to change certain things"
Should a person be feeding fat on another's sweat? Let's come together as creative writers to say "NO" to Plagiarism.
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