Tuesday, June 27, 2017

Waxra.com

Come on, Waxra.com, who are you trying to fool?

Your article from June 26 is titled: "Hero Reunites With Little Girl He Saved From Drowning On Her Birthday."

A Today.com article from June 21 is titled: "Hero reunites with little girl he saved from drowning on her birthday"

Your opening:
Four-year-old Davie’onna shared a hug and a smile with the heroic bystander who, just hours before, helped save her life on her birthday. 
Off-duty sheriff’s deputy Jeff Haire, 44, was having fun with family at a local pool in Panama City Beach, Florida, when he found himself trying to save the life of a nearly drowned girl. 
The grim scene unfolded on May 28 during Memorial Day weekend at Frank Brown Park when Haire noticed a man carrying what looked like a “lifeless” child out of the water.
The opening from Today.com:
Four-year-old Davie'onna shared a hug and a smile with the heroic bystander who, just hours before, helped save her life on her birthday. 
Off-duty sheriff's deputy Jeff Haire, 44, was having fun with family at a local pool in Panama City Beach, Florida, when he found himself trying to save the life of a nearly drowned girl. 
The grim scene unfolded on May 28 during Memorial Day weekend at Frank Brown Park when Haire noticed a man carrying what looked like a "lifeless" child out of the water.
You're taking Today.com's content and slapping your own name on it.  And you've got AdChoices and Amazon Affiliate links on your page, too?  That's just sketchy.