I post A hub but it's said duplicate content with other site or other hub. I have no Idea which site or hub that duplicate with my hub, cause I write it on my own. it's not even rewrite.
what should I do? I don't know how to edit it because I don't know the duplicate site, if I know it's duplicated from other site it's easier to edit, I don't know which part is duplicated.
tell me what to do. thanks
Duplicate content is content that is ANYWHERE else online. If you've previously published the article on your blog, or even quoted from another site, that's considered duplicated content.
Yes But I only posting it here, my personal blog talk something that different with it.
but thanks anyway FYI
I took a quick lok and really everything you've said in this hub can be found almost anywhere online-- that is where you've probably will hit the problem of duplicate.
I didn't even need to look much at google since you wrote a lot of spec information and that can be found almost on any website.
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