Can I just copy my hubs (or parts of it) to other sites like shetoldme.com?
I have heard of some article submission websites that require you to copy the content of your article in order to gain the backlink from the website.
But overall, I think its best to avoid duplicating content from one website to another. From my understanding, search engines can pick up on duplicate articles or articles that were copied from another article: Original content seems to always provide the highest yield with traffic and conversions.
With that being said, you may want to paraphrase your articles on other sites so that each article remains unique in its own way. When you do it this way, each article can also be optimized for a specific set of keywords.
Hope this helps! Great Question
The search engines have no issue with duplicate content, although they are unlikely to index the same article multiple times. That said, you should always try to create unique content for each site you submit to.
Yes you can - but try to keep the content unique instead.
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