Any ideas on places who accept second rights or previously/currently published material?
I don't know of any. But then, I'm a firm believer that duplicate content on the web anywhere is not a good thing -- unless it's a press release meant for multiple distribution.
I've heard of many instances where the author and the original content lost search engine cred and ranking thanks to dupes of their articles.
I think I've read a thread on the forum, or maybe one of the hubs, about a site where you submit your articles and they publish them in multiple sites.
Don't try to double dip. One thing that can help you get ranked in search engines is having unique content. Write content, publish it on hubpages, and than move on to new content.
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