I cant seem to find where its further explained whether or not I'm allowed to recreate articles i have previously written elsewhere on the web here on hub pages. The most i can see is a few places where it just says copying is not allowed, and i get plagiarism is wrong but its my work, which i still own rights to republish.
So basically is it ok for me to republish my own articles here, as long as i own the rights to do so? Or must all articles be completely original, no exceptions?
This is a little difficult to answer but yes technically you can but it is not recommended. If you can rewrite the article it would be much better or even better write along the same subject with a link from one to the other helping one article.
I have some of my own articles republished here but they don't do that well and also your hubscore is penalised (but you are allowed)
Hope that answers your question!
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