There is an article at Hubpages that promotes using copy and paste to have daily posts to your blog. It does say reference the source, but this is still plagerism, not original work. It does not say quote the material. I have contacted Hubpages about this.
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How I Promoted My Personal Blog To Get 2000 Constant Daily Traffic
Thanks. I looked for it later, but couldn't find it. Guess it was taken down.
by Lisa 4 years ago
I have had several issues with people copying and pasting my content- ALL OF IT-I have tried to warn a few hunters that I have found they have copied and pasted (per copy scape) and they have made a whole website full of copied and pasted content from HubPages and elsewhere. This seems...
by Carrie Peterson 3 years ago
So .... I was just flagged for a hub I wrote last night. It was flagged as a duplicate.I didn't even cite anything in this hub. I quoted a bunch of stuff in my Anaconda piece and none of it was flagged as duplicate, so someone must have copied and pasted my new hub. Everything on...
by Ben Guinter 7 years ago
I've gone to many sites where the second you try to highlight text and then right click you get a little error pop up that says, "Sorry this function is disabled"... why do they do that? To keep people from copying their text (or other content) and pasting it somewhere else as their...
by Diane Ziomek 9 years ago
I have a question. May I copy and paste an article from my Word program onto HubPages, or do I have to write it all when I'm online? I would hate to have my account closed if doing it this way is in violation, as I am quite enjoying it here. Thanks for any input.
by Leni Sands 6 years ago
Do you write straight into your hub or do you copy and paste from your wordprocessing program?Sometimes my ideas go straight into my hub particularly some of my poems. Other times I use word to play about with the text before I copy and paste into my hub. Just wondered if you use your...
by Debra Roberts 5 months ago
Some of the blogs I have put on Hub Pages are ones that I wrote for my personal blog. Of course, I quickly learned that is not allowed and I took them down. My question now is, can I "reblog" them to my personal site now that they are primarily on HubPages to try and direct even more...
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