Okay, I understand that we can't publish articles here that we have published on other websites, but is it possible to republish anything we write on HubPages to other sites? Just curious.
It depends on the rules of the other sites. But if you publish the same article in multiple places, Google might not always like it and will file them under the "omitted results" in search, so it doesn't necessarily help your visibility at all. You are probably better off figuring out how to share the one article around more on social media etc than replicating it.
Duplication is duplication whether you take it from here and put it there, or from there to here. Eventually the duplication will be noticed by HP (usually quickly) and you have to remove the article from either HP or the other site.
One can move articles to and from HubPages. But one cannot replicate articles to and from HubPages.
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