Hi recently published my hub pages, These are my articlew, copyrighted to my site. I have posted them on article directories, is this why im getting this message. Please let me know, Thanks
To publish on HubPages, the content must be unique to HubPages. You can not reprint articles that you've put on your site or in article directories.
I have like 20 articles of my own, I paid for these articles. So how do you think i can put them in hubpages. Maybe if i reword them a little?
these new ones are in my site, but i havnt sent them to the article directories yet
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