I am newbie here in Hubpages.
I hope you guys help me to sort out my question.
Can I use my hub posted here on my another blog? Is this against TOS?
Kindly help me.
Thanks in advance
If you mean you want to post the same exact article on your blog, yes you can in theory. However it would probably be better to rewrite it.
thanks yaar for quick reply. According to your link, I just not to post my existing content here. I want to take my content here to my blog.
I hope you understand.
Can i do that?
If you post the exact same article somewhere else I would think there would be a chance your article on hubpages would get flagged for duplicate content or reported otherwise.
I agree with WryLit you can tweak/edit the article and post it to your blog to avoid problems.
Ya, HP thinks the original content seriously. So when you post your hub in other place, the hub is likely to be defined as duplicate.
It's probably not a good idea. Search engines don't like duplicate content and probably will harm you more than help you.
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