I typed a hub about my father but because he has had many articles written about hiom the info I typed is all over the internet as well as his website. There isnt really anything i can do to change it. will it get deleted or will i get kicked off hubs or?
Hi Callmesplash welcome to HubPages. No, you will not get tossed out of world of HP just understand that your score will get affected. Copy and paste is not good practice even little snippets. Always try to use your own words. Hope that helps, do not fret.
no.it will only reduce your hub score.
if i were you i will re-phrase the hub,write on the same topic but using your own words,then delete the duplicate one yourself.
because when you see duplicate in your hubs it make you feel UN professional.
it happen to me and that is what i did.
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