If I have a blogspot account and hubpage too.Should I post the same topics/article in hubpages and blogspot?
Yes you can but not word for word or you will be breaking HubPages rules.
Google does not like duplicate content either.
You can post a few paragraphs about your article in your blog but worded differently and add the link to the full article.
The easiest way to do that is to imagine you are telling a friend what your article is about
What you could do is just post link in some of your hubpages articles to your blogspot and vice versa. I used to have a blogspot but I like hubpages more
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