I stopped writing articles long ago now because as soon as it was published, it was copied by bots and published on ad-filled webpages which instantly started showed up above my original page in search engines, so they got all the traffic, credits and money. (Yes, my name was erased and theirs put in its place.)
All attempts to report this to server hosts and whatnot was completely wasted time. I never had any money to actually go to court, and they were likely in different countries anyway.
Eventually, I just stopped writing. Even ignoring the money and "credits", it was soul-crushing to be feeding leeches like this who did not just "copy my software" (like software pirates), but actually took it and served it as their own, which is much worse. At least software pirates still use your software, even if they didn't pay for it. But this is content that was (and remains, many years later) entirely out of my control. And no credit to me.
Considering the quality of online written content that I find when searching for anything, I assume that I'm not alone in this, and that most people from the old days long since have given up on this. And it seems to be the same with video content today as well.
How does one find the motivation to produce high-quality articles and guides and whatnot, when the whole "ecosystem" today is so toxic and broken?
I frankly would rather have published a book in 1950 with my name on it which nobody ever bought and read, than publish a text on the Internet today which is read my tons of people, but only as a stolen copy surrounded by ads and somebody else's name in my place.