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Is my instructable copied? [SOLVED] Answered

I was wondering is my instructables copied here: http://robot4pro.blogspot.fi/2015/07/6-cheap-water-pump.html?m=0 
Or am i missing something?
Here is my instructable 
https://www.instructables.com/id/6-Cheap-Water-Pump 
Would be gratefull if you would answer

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bwrussell

Best Answer 3 years ago

It's just a link to your Instructable. It's a good thing. It means someone liked your guide enough to take the time to repost it. This could lead to more views and more subscribers, which can help with contests as you have a built in base of views and, probably, votes.

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CreativeCreator

3 years ago

Thank you all for your answers. I really appreciate your help. (:

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CreativeCreatorKiteman

Answer 3 years ago

Isnt bwrusell's answer already marked as best answer? Altough i didnt mark it. Uhh. Its a litle bit hard to be a newbie here. :/

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mpilchfamily

3 years ago

One you don't link to or mention what instructable your talking about. You would know better then us. But the site is giving you credit for the work. I'm guessing they are well within the licensing option you choose for it.

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CreativeCreatormpilchfamily

Answer 3 years ago

Thank you for your answer. I was just worried becouse if it is about licensing i dont know anything about it. Here is the instructable i was talking about

https://www.instructables.com/id/6-Cheap-Water-Pump

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mpilchfamilyCreativeCreator

Answer 3 years ago

They arn't claiming it's theirs. They are giving you full credit. although they are not linking back to the source but that usually isn't an issue. However the article is likely driving traffic to the site as is your post about it thus benifitting the person who coppied it.