I would appreciate your help with 2 questions I have:
1)If an article is re-written about 75-80%, with a different title as well, but still keeps the scientific facts identical (actually copy and paste) from an old article posted in a different site IS THIS CONSIDERED A DUPLICATE?
2)I saw people putting a link at the end of their hubs to let readers know about another related article. I believe that is a great idea (not only to generate more traffic), but also to provide more information on the subject. I would love to do that but have no idea how to do it (I am helplessly computer handicapped)
I thank you in advance for helping me out
1) the filters that scan for duplicated content are automatic, so if you save your Hub as a draft, if you see the warning message, it's too much duplicated content. If not, you should be fine.
2) Check out the link capsule. You can add one to a Hub from either the box in the very top right corner of the edit screen, or from the bar that appears at the page top as your scroll down.
Than you so much Relache I will do that from now on. Appreciate the help and clear instructions
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