Why My Hubs are not published when the content is original and not copied from even my own blogs or sources. If I prepare the article in MS word and then copy and paste in tMy Hub at HubPages - is it to be treated as Duplicate. Could not find the answer in HubPages FAQ .
Is there a copy of that hub, or major portions of it, anywhere on the web? Did you include lots of quotes from somewhere? Have you posted a copy of the hub, or even a goodly portion of it somewhere?
Any or all of those would be duplicates of the hub. Writing it in Word and copying it to HP would not be duplicate as Word is not a part of the internet but only on your own computer.
Your Hub is showing as substantially duplicate of content elsewhere online.
We emailed you regarding this just a bit ago.
Here's the guideline in regards to duplication. You may also ask for a manual review by the moderators if you think the automated filters are returning a "false positive."
you posted in another post that you have a blog and your reproduce content from blog to hub pages. That is why you are getting duplicate content. You have to almost do a complete rewrite for it not to show up as duplicate. Best thing to do, is to maybe stick to same topic, niche, etc but write totally different articles.
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