If I had two identical articles on two different writing sites, would the one on Hubpages always rank better? I ask this because in my own language there is only one big site like this and it always ranks better than similar sites.
Your scenario doesn't offer up much to go on. Definitely maybe but not necessarily.
But the chance is high? Which article site ranks best in Google normally?
In answer to your questions,
2) That's going to depend on the articles in your scenario.
World wide rank / US rank; Alexa 09/19/2014
Blogger.com 59 and 21
Reddit.com 50 and 17
About.com 95 and 44
HubPages.com 573 and 288
Squidoo.com 1337 and 683
The rest have numbers in the thousands. Mind you this is for similar sites (user generated revenue sharing/article posting)
Based on this you be the judge.
Two identical articles on two different sites, is called "Duplicate Content" which Hub Pages strongly frowns on and picks up sooner or later.
I agree with Relache. Yes, No, Maybe, and not necessarily!
Yes; in my experience it's much easier to get articles ranked on HP than other writing sites.
You can answer you won question by looking at the page rank of some hubs and comparing them to page ranks of some other site's articles.
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