I am turning old blog posts into Hubs and doing 301 redirects from the blogs to the new hubs. I am seeing that my hubs here are marked as "duplicates." Any way I can get that removed?
The fastest way would be to stop publishing your old content word-for-word here. That's what a duplicate content warning means: the exact same content has been determined by the HubPages system to have already been published previously on the internet.
The hubs have been edited slightly to improve the articles and the old articles have been removed from the respective blogs and redirected.
by Aubrey Durkin2 years ago
Everything after the first post on my travel articles is flagged as duplicate. I have the same structure on each one and since they're travel posts primarily in the UK they will have a lot of the same words. Please...
by Hub Star13 months ago
I was on another thread and someone said many people sign up on HubPages, but very few go on to write a substantial number of quality Hubs.I wonder why this is and what HubPages can do to encourage people to stay on and...
by Kathryn Skaggs8 years ago
I would like to make a suggestion to the TEAM here on HUB Pages. I feel that it would be a positive improvement here on the HUB, if all of the activity that is perpetuated by Hubbers, were made known.For...
by Jacob J Morris2 years ago
Hubbers, I am struggling with duplicate content and need your advice. Sorry for the length, just really frustrated, and need some advice.All my articles are original. I've been blogging for years. I have my own blog,...
by gearinbrain8 years ago
Is that allowed? Also, can I use my hub posts for my blog?
by Ashok Goyal4 years ago
Is it possible to have earnings out of Google Adsense sharing with HubPages without owning any Hubs.I linked my Adsense account with HubPages and created two Hubs but I had to delete those Hubs as these were marked as...
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