I keep getting the word Duplicate under my articles. This Is MY CONTENT. CREATED BY ME!!!!!!! I am tired it editing and it still says the same thing.
Is there a duplicate somewhere on the web? Maybe one you put there yourself? Or is a good part of the hub duplicated somewhere? Did you quote others extensively? Has someone stolen your work and re-posted it?
Duplicate means just that - there is a duplicate somewhere on the web. If you don't already know where it is you may be able to find it by searching for a block of text from your hub.
Even if it is your own content, it will be flagged if you have already placed it on another site.
Well a lot of the text must be out there on other sites. Until that changes you will keep getting flagged.
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