I just want to know if whenever you published a hub here, can you publish it on your blog?
If you published the content on your blog it would be considered duplicate content but you can use the url of your hubpage on your blog.
I would think that would make it duplicate content once you're found out...choose where you would prefer to publish would be the best best.
You shouldn't ever publish the same thing twice where Google can see it. Google will always choose one to rank over the other, so the second one is pointless. How would you feel if you Googled a topic and the first two results you clicked had the exact same words? Really, you're competing against yourself!
If you want to put the information on your blog, rewrite it with a slightly different angle.
Thank you friend for always answering my forums and given helpful insights. Yes, I have heard about that thing. But can I ask you another quetion what if I change the title would it be okay? And I am republishing my articles on other site but my articles here were all unique.
If it's a different title, it's still the same content, which means you're making more work for yourself with Google.
Thank you for the ideas! I never considered rewriting at a different angle or with different information! I think there are hubs which could translate to 5 individual blogs. Good stuff! Thanks all
thanks everyone for clarifying that, it is useful information
If you publish something on Hub Pages you cannot publish the content anywhere else otherwise your hub may be flagged for duplicate content. Best thing to do is to write a short summary about the hub on your blog and then include the link to your hub in the blog post.
If you delete your hub or wait for it to become un-featured yes you can delete and move your hubs to your blog but cannot move from blog to HP because the post has been published HP only will publish original content.
Not strictly true. You can republish things here you have previously published elsewhere, just so long as they have been unpublished on the 'elsewhere' site and have been de-indexed by Google, either manually using Webmaster Tools or by unpublishing them where they were and waiting for them to become de-indexed (which takes far longer). When HP use the term 'original content' in this regard it is a bit misleading as what they mean is 'not visible elsewhere online'.
That sounds more accurate to the information I was reading. It can be tricky material! It stands to reason anyway that once it is unpublished from another location, you can submit it to another. Just not both at once. Original content is the phrase. It is your property (your writing) until you submit it to a site which can govern rules about how it is used or restricted. This has been a learning discussion ...thanks all. Original to hubpages definition is that it is not found anywhere but on hubpages and you, the author has created the material without copying of course.
Thank you very much friend for some insights and info's
Well same content post on two different sites considered as spam whether it is high PR site or low PR . If you have submit content on hubpages then you can't publish same content on other site. One thing you can do with the content is - publish the summary or small text from the content and give the source destination pointing to hubpages. In this way Your content should scatter over the sites and your uniqueness in hubpages will be maintained.
But some says that whenever you put back links it is okay.
You just need to publish some part of your hub content in which you create backlink that will be acceptable but posting whole content on other sites, considered as spam.
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