Certified original banner in red. Is it necessary to write that across the top of the hub once a hub has been reviewed for having duplicate content? The bullet points that begin the hub are original. I just sat down and thought about it and made my own list of arguments against torture. The article that follows is substantiation and history of America's involvement in torture. Then I added a few links. The article is fully credited by author and source. To write that certification accross the top makes it seem like there is or was some underlying problem with the hub.
by Gary Anderson5 years ago
First, can I change or modify the hub and will that make it not original? Second, I have other hubs that should be certified original so what should I do?
by MM Del Rosario9 years ago
Just curious, is this a new thing, i just answer a request and I was flagged as certified original, i haven't seen this one before? http://hubpages.com/hub/girls-name-from … tles-ideas It says: CERTIFIED...
by SunSeven8 years ago
Hi Paul,One of my recent Hubs triggered the duplicates filter because of the quoted matter in the body. I was shown the message below on the hub.CERTIFIED ORIGINAL: This Hub has been granted an exception to the HubPages...
by C V Singh3 years ago
When clicking on a hub link from MY ACCOUNT Page, it displays title and a paragraph of the page and then opens the banner of the ad. It is happening for a week. The address of the hub may not be given here as it may...
by Sally Gulbrandsen6 months ago
I just had an e-Bay add snipped from my most recent hub but now I see that the precise same thing which I had snipped is being shown as an E-Bay Banner across the top of the Hub. Are the ads at the top of the page...
by khmohsin5 years ago
A person is graduate, why he need certification for career development. Is our education back-draw or what?
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