I received a notice that most of the text on my hubpage that the content was duplicated. One of the articles I've written was posted on another site, but it was deleted so that article will be exclusively on hubpages. Will this affect my income that I may receive?
If you have only got it on hubpages then it will be okay, but you won't earn a lot with only one hub. So you got to get writing!! okay? cheers
Good look with making money with your one Hub!! It's been six months, congrats!
However, the original may still be indexed by Google and available in their cache. So it could still be seen a duplicate content.
It may take a short while to disappear, until then however relax and keep writing!
Remember to keep content original on Hubpages, and you could earn a fair amount of cash!
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