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I think all of those options would cause the hub to be flagged as duplicate content.
That's right. The only manner in which syndication might work would be if you re-worded the posts completely, as we do not allow content that exists anywhere else online. That said, we do have many Hubbers who successfully post complementary Hubs and blog posts, so there are many ways to do this well and efficiently while still maintaining completely original content on both channels.
Syndication (copying the same article across multiple sites) is an outdated method of self-promotion and not really worth doing. All the reputable revenue-sharing sites insist on unique content with good reason.
If you have old blog posts that you'd like to expand, delete them from the blog, give them a few weeks to disappear from the cache, then you can publish the expanded version here without a problem.
After you've published a Hub, you could post the first few lines on your blog with a link to your Hub and it won't be a problem. But it would be even better to write a different short intro.
Bear in mind that if you're trying to create backlinks to impress Google, Google counts only one or two links from any single domain. So there's no point creating multiple links from your blog to your Hubs - unless you get a lot of real readers to your blog who can follow the link, but in that case you'd be better off using your Hubs to promote the blog, not vice versa.
Hope you guys are okay and not melting over there in the mid 40s... all the best with this years round of bush fires... Unbelievable how fast and strongly gum trees burn!
Yes I did melt last night - not a wink of sleep because the promised cool change didn't turn up till the early hours. However no complaints - at least I'm safely in the city and not out there with the fires. Scarey crazy weather.
It's just starting to show up here now... always 3 days to X the Tasman... but mid 30s is not like mid 40s, so it's still perfect BBQ weather... and we only get the smoke from your fires.. which defies the terrible reality of them, by providing us awesome sunsets...
by Trudy Cooper2 years ago
Please tell me what the difference is between writing a blog and writing a HubPage? If any?
by Jim Laughlin15 months ago
Does anyone have good suggestions for forums, widgets, websites or software for SEO and creating 'good' backlinks and/or other suggestions? This is for my Hubs as well as a Wordpress.org blog. I want to gain traffic and...
by Veronica Bright9 years ago
In my quest for resources I came upon a site called Blog posts for sale. I just wondered if anyone used it, knew of it, and if so, what you think of it?Veronica
by Gary Anderson7 years ago
If you are in the Panda house this does not apply, but syndication is the name of the game: http://www.borowitzreport.com/syndicate/
by Gary Anderson8 years ago
I posted at the Texan's Sarah Palin site and 4 posts followed. I am not trying to post over and over, just posted once. Can this be fixed?
by Silver Rose6 years ago
Was looking for new sources of backlinks (as you do), and decided to explore Excerptz this evening. Only to find a sad blog post from Ryan saying that his site took a hit:http://excerptz.com/2011/06/18/excerptz …...
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