"Duplicate" alerts are coming up way too fast. MACHINES ARE NOT PERFECT. EVEN IF you have a machine checking for duplication, it shouldn't be in one tenth of a second.
I looked at your most recent article, and you are quoting very long passages from original news sources. It is good that you are giving a source credit, but if you're interested in writing an opinion piece in response to another article, you can cite the source without reposting most, if not all, of it in your writing.
Look into other political blogs and how they respond to topical news or opinion pieces. It will help you avoid duplicate flags and bring you better traffic.
The duplicate flag is a sign that you are not producing original content, or enough original content. If it's coming up right away, you need to rethink your Hub building practices. After all, in your profile, you say that you feel quality is more important than quantity when it comes to writing Hubs. The duplicate flag is a sign of waning quality...
by Brooke Lorren4 years ago
I looked at my account today and noticed that I had a duplicate account flag on my original work. I have not published it elsewhere.I ran it through Copyscape, and the only things that came up were two Amazon.com...
by scottyy117 years ago
i was thinking about adding a few blurbs off another article will this cause a dupe flag?
by Tall Clovers21 months ago
I've rewriiten a HubPages Story after receiving a duplicate post warning. I received another "duplicate post" message. It's not a duplicate post. The new version is almost all new. The only thing I didn't...
by LHwritings4 years ago
Recently (based partly on my own experience plus research) I published an article on how the "duplicate content" hysteria triggered by Google's Panda algorithm is adversely affecting good quality writing -...
by Isabella Snow8 years ago
What's the hubpages view on copying free license text and passing it off as your own?Even if quoted, its duplicate content.. which I'm sure would be penalized.. but is it acceptable to do it in the first place?I was...
by Cindy Murdoch4 years ago
As I read and try to learn about the internet, I keep running across people talking about content spinners. Isn't the content that they create considered duplicate content? Or not? Does anyone use them for any other...
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