I have noticed that when someone is writing an article upon a request they are using the same topic, for example : Tips on Going Green . Although many newbies do not know or have not read the information that HubPages provides, yes you can create your own Topic without using verbatim what we requested. We are only giving you an idea, so that you can run with the subject and create your own flare and style. Been there did that, so if you believe you have to duplicate the Topic verbatim you definitely do not. How is someone going to find your article if the Header information is the same?
Hope this helps. So if you have created an article and the same topic matches someone else give it some flare and change it, remember you are unique.:::
I have to admit that is one of my pet peeves. Some people seem to think this is Yahoo answers...
Don't be sorry as when I was new I did it too, I just wanted all to know that it is o.k. to be creative as that is what makes you unique. If we have duplicate Topics on HubPages, someone on google etc, may look for it and they may rad the first person's before yours. It is fine as we have all been there and done that.
by Hamshi Edward 4 years ago
I'm still kind of new here but here are my bits:-My best piece of forum advice for other newbie hubbers is, if you have a question to ask, search it up on the HP search bar or on Google to see if that question has already been answered. -Don't judge the whole community from any negative experiences...
by Natalie Frank 8 days ago
I was just wondering what people's take on article length is. Do you make a point of including as much info as possible in your article going for longer length or if you can cover it decently in a shorter length do you prefer to stick with that? I'm seeing some articles that are well...
by Jason Menayan 8 years ago
Hey everyone,We're excited to announce our fourth contest at HubPages: the Helpful Health Hubs contest, which begins this coming Monday, March 1st!Every day, from March 1 through March 28, there will be a new subcategory topic within a broader subcategory topic, to write on. For example, the first...
by Natasha Pelati 2 years ago
When looking for information on a hub topic it is good to make sure that the information is accurate and that you have done your homework because there is nothing worse than reading an article that has false information. This takes the reader away from your site as they feel that it is fictitious...
by ngureco 7 years ago
If I Invest $1000 To Buy Articles At $1 Each To Post On Hubpages, Can I Get My Money Back?I Believe I Can Buy A 500-Words Article For $1 Each But Is This Morally Right? Can Hubpages Allow Me To Do This?
by Terrie Lynn 14 months ago
Can anyone help. I just resubmitted my article. I thought it was improtant to keep the medical information as close to original as possible. I added my family experience. Can anyone help me improve it please. ITs even in my own words. thank you if you can help me.
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