chrisv1963 - 8:24 pm on Jan 25, 2011 (gmt 0)
I am looking at the latest of many ehow articles to cite my site as a source.
I think I understand what you mean since I've seen similar things. First they copy your content and modify it, often resulting in an article with plenty of errors and wrong information. Then they cite your site as a source. Once in a while they even copy graphics that have been designed by someone exclusively for my website.
When you contact the eHow moderators and complain about the copyright violations they treat you like a criminal ...
Ehow deserves a serious Google penalty. It's a perfect example of a content farm with content stolen from niche sites, (slightly) re-written and published to make money (for both the writer and the owners of eHow).