I'm a new hubber who has very recently passed bootcamp (hoorrray for me..). I received a warning for duplicate content and I have tried to correct but I have a few questions..
How do I know which content is the duplicate?
How do I republish my hub? I clicked "done editing"is it enough to be re-submited?
I have shared the link to my hub on Facebook, and I usually write my text in word and copy-paste it to the textboxes, on that particular hub i also copy pasted from my draft email box because I wrriten part of it while I was away from my computer - Could any fo this have caused this? I never had any problem with this before and I have always used the same method for my other hubs.
I hope someone can help sort this out..
If you wrote this hub in the way you described your process, you shouldn't get a duplicate content warning. It is possible that maybe you quoted something and the quote is too long in comparison to the rest of the text.
You can also use paperrater and copyscape to check for duplicate content
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