Anywho--I have a problem. I have created some "comics" ono my blog called Rookie Cookery. One of my comics is titled "Attachment Issues". The comics are accessable via links on the left hand nav bar on my site.
Recently I Googled my blog name and was surprised to see a LINK with this title: "Rookie Cookery comics attachment issues" , and with an unfamiliar url attached to the link. I clicked on the link and was taken to a completely different comic by someone else. Essentially it was "bait and switch". It was especially annoying because the link goes right to the comic, not their web site. I had to mess with their url to finally get to their site, which of course does not allow comments and my emails are rejected.
Do I have any recourse? It's maddening! It would be like if someone called their site Food Blog ScHool, knowing that adding the H would confuse and draw people away from this site to theirs. Only it is worse because the link loads a comic and I don't want people think it is my comic.
My blog url is
If you Google "Rookie Cookery" , about the eighth link is the fake one that says rookie cookery comix attachment issues-- ripping off my comic title.
Am I railing against the wind?