I have noticed that when someone is writing an article upon a request they are using the same topic, for example : Tips on Going Green . Although many newbies do not know or have not read the information that HubPages provides, yes you can create your own Topic without using verbatim what we requested. We are only giving you an idea, so that you can run with the subject and create your own flare and style. Been there did that, so if you believe you have to duplicate the Topic verbatim you definitely do not. How is someone going to find your article if the Header information is the same?
Hope this helps. So if you have created an article and the same topic matches someone else give it some flare and change it, remember you are unique.:::
I have to admit that is one of my pet peeves. Some people seem to think this is Yahoo answers...
Don't be sorry as when I was new I did it too, I just wanted all to know that it is o.k. to be creative as that is what makes you unique. If we have duplicate Topics on HubPages, someone on google etc, may look for it and they may rad the first person's before yours. It is fine as we have all been there and done that.
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