and use it on hubpages and vice versa? Or is considered duplicate content, something I know Google is not in favour of.
Thanking you in advance.
google doesnt want duplicate content, I think they always post this question in forums, check the archive about this issue.
I used to write research articles and are published in journals,etc. I dont know also if I can summarize them and publish it here...
As long as there is seen duplicate of the script is considered duplication..and may be charged to plagiarism.. I have tried that when I copy pasted my own article to another page.
I think after publishing in hupages you can copy your works for our blog-in that case hubs won't lower your hub score.As far as Google is concerned they really do pay attention to copied articles.
HubPages clearly states in their FAQ that duplicate content will be purposely ranked down and that they want original content instead.
Cheers everyone for your advice.
Will take this all in account.
HubPages don't allow this. Your Hubscroe will be low if the content is deplicate.
Google don't like this either but...
When you consider that you are copying your own hub page blog then I don't think you have to wory about Google as Google will rank your very first hub that had the unique content above all the others.
It's a very bad habit to get into, if you want solid google rankings and are in this to make money.
You shouldn't copy your own content, above all else it's a bad habit to get into and before you will be copying your content all over the interne.
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