Friday, January 5, 2018

Brandegics.com

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

Your article from December 26, 2017, is titled: "App In NC Allows Minors To Order Birth Control Online Without Parents Knowing"

A WHAS 11 article from August 31, 2017, is titled: "New app in NC allows minors to order birth control online without parents knowing"

Your opening:
CHARLOTTE, NC -- Women and girls as young as 13 years old can now get birth control online in North Carolina, without going to the doctor or requiring parental consent. 
The birth control delivery app, Nurx, was recently launched in our state and is already causing controversy.
The opening from WHAS 11:
CHARLOTTE, NC -- Women and girls as young as 13 years old can now get birth control online in North Carolina, without going to the doctor or requiring parental consent. 
The birth control delivery app, Nurx, was recently launched in our state and is already causing controversy.
You're using somebody else's content, and your site has AdSense ads?  That's just sketchy.