hi everyone , i am actually working on some blogs and site and i wonder if it is legal to copy some content of my hubs into them
You own the copyright to your original hubpages material, you may do with it what you like.
If the work isn't yours, then you cannot write "original" content hubs.
If the work is yours and you want to copy it to HubPages, then you would be better off writing a "version" of it on HubPages, so as to make "original" content.
If you just copy your own work, then you will be subjected to a "duplicate" content tag and your work on HubPages will suffer.
You can do what you like with your content, just be aware that it's probably wiser to rewrite the articles you plan to use. Why?
Because google doesn't really like duplicate content. Why not target some different keywords and rewrite your articles so they are in the same niche but getting a whole new set of traffic?
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