dear all friend pls sugest to my hubs activityyy'
and what your mind to traffic pls
If you are asking for advice on your hubs-- it would be better to NOT use duplicate content.
Perhaps notify the Department of Redundant Hubs Department.
I agree with Rochelle.
Comparing your use of language in this post versus the use in your hubs, it seems as if your content is copied.
For starters, as you displayed within this thread, you need to learn a form of rhetoric that comes across a little better than jumbled jargon. You could always get a blog, to hone up your writing skills.
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