I suppose robots have a hard time understanding what a Hub is about in comparison to the Human mind.
HI Dame well I am new at this and am really pissed pardon the language at the robotics of this, I write well I have great ideas, I do quote or use sources, and the damn robot does not get ad give credit and the damn thing does dot get it
I am confused about what you are saying, what robots? Please be calm and clarify.
I'm not too familiar with the hard and fast rules but would you consider paraphrasing instead or post a link to the article you wish to cite?
btw, got it
Hi Sandman a letter direct to the HP team should clear that up for you but you will have to wait out the weekend for now. How about do up another Hub and let this one sit. Might end up with a higher score too you know
Sandman check my comment I sent to you, duplicate content may also mean that someone has stolen something from you and published it elsewhere. HP will straighten it out for you.
Don't like to play the games, don't like to wait, don't like to reproduce myself..but thanks for the advice,,I know what your saying it has truth, but beating the system if you are good and have something to offer is a winner
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