I don't think you are allowed to do that because it straightway means that the Hub you create will have copied contents which is strictly against Hubpages policy. Read the Hubpage policy (http://hubpages.com/help/user_agreement) carefully before start writing a Hub.
Unfortunately, you cannot use content you have published elsewhere. One, if you have adsense, your account might be shutdown for duplicate content. Two, Google will penalize your website for duplicate content by giving you a lower page rank.
No wrong on both accounts
Adsense willl NOT shut you down for duplicate content
Yes you will probably get a lower ranking in the search engine ranks with duplicate content - I don't know about PR - its not that important anyways
However Hubpages does allow duplicate content but you are not allowed to add self-serving links to it and you will get a lower hub score
Using duplicate content in effect makes your hub invisible to Google, so it really doesn't really offer any benefit for you. They typically won't penalize you for it, but you won't get any natural traffic for doing this.
You would be much better served to rewrite the content before posting it.
I've read so many times that Google won't index your posts if you have duplicate content (or some version of that), yet when I search for stuff, more often than not, it comes up with pages worth of versions of the same story.
whats your blog hun? i'd like to check it out, i'm new to blogging so i find reading other peoples blogs fascinating stuff!
mine is at www.dead-heart-dead-world.blogspot.com
by Trudy Cooper 3 years ago
Please tell me what the difference is between writing a blog and writing a HubPage? If any?
by purrington 7 years ago
Is it possible to import our blog posts directly to our HubPage Hub?Thank youPurrington
by gearinbrain 10 years ago
Is that allowed? Also, can I use my hub posts for my blog?
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