perhaps we need promote our hubs to our blog. I think a widget could not display all our hubpages. May i put short paragraph and then link to my hubs in my blog. is hubpages allowed it?
Of course you can blog about and promote your own hubs. I do this for myself and hubbers I know, but I simply include a link back to the hub and suggest checking it out.
its your content do as you please...its best to avoid setting off the dupe content filters...but repsoting only one paragraph has never effected me
Instead of simply reposting a paragraph from my hubs I like to think of fresh angles for discussing my hubs on blogs. That way you are not copying anything at all.
The whole point is to bring them to this site, where Google and Amazon lie. Give them a snipout of what your blog is about then ask them to check it out or share their thoughts.
If you give everything in your blog, they will have no reason to read further.
This has been discussed before. Maddie or Paul please correct if I've got it wrong, but more than 20% of a hub on a blog will set off the duplicate alerts.
Just use the HP's Summary for your hub as a teaser on your blog, with a "Read the rest here" link and you'll be fine.
if we create a RSS feed of our hubs on blog. Will it trigger a duplicate content flag?
When you click the "Share it" button at the bottom of the hubs, you will find more buttons. One of them is "Blog this". That could come in handy. Though it works for blogger.com only. It would be great if Hubpage admn could make it work for more platforms.
If you are okay with just one paragraph, it is better to write 150-200 words as a sort of 'teaser' and post it on your blog, with a "read more" link leading to your hub.
Remember when you are linking back to the hub from your blog that you use the main keyword(s) of the article as the anchor link leading back to the hub.
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