On my article stat page I don't know why that word "duplicate" is inserted just below a few of my articles in red text. I'm sure there is a simple answer. I would appreciate some guidance. Thanks.
I just copied and searched a part of your hub about potato chips and you can find that at least in two or three places on the Google search. It would help to read the link and rewrite the hub in words that do not seem to replicate what is already there .
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