I created a short video tutorial for one of my hubs and plan to use it again in one I am currently writing. Would this be considered copied content? I will probably use the video again in future hubs as well.
Hi Glimmer Twin Fan,
Re-using a video is not considered copied content, and it's perfectly ok to do so! As long as each Hub's text is original, you should have no problems.
Glad you asked this question. I will be creating a video soon and was also wondering about this. Thanks.
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