How the hell could anyone can steal from his own work? What sense does that make?
I write MY OWN stuff and for some reason, this website claims it's a duplicate. I don't even read much poetry from others, let alone stealing one.
Many times I post some cool lyrics or poetry only some moderator thinks it's duplicate, how? It's my work and I could do whatever the hell I want with it.
Does anyone get the same thing here?
HubPages won't allow you to republish work that has already appeared somewhere else on the web. In the interests of attracting decent traffic, they want unique content. It's in the terms of service.
Duplicate simply means it is posted elsewhere on the web. In this case, probably you have posted it somewhere. Google also sees this as duplicate material and penalizes the work dropping it in searches.
As mentioned, it is in the terms of service that all work here should be original and not published elsewhere.
The duplicate warning it great for us who have not duplicated our own work elsewhere, but have had it published (stolen) elsewhere by another. Once we check it out we can file a DMCA to have the other page unlisted, and in some cases, unpublished.
Simon, I've had the duplicate warning too for a few of my hubs in the past. Like Dale said, I borrowed the information and had to rewrite it to make it my own, For my book reviews, since it was posted from my book review blog, I had to redo my review to get approved. Just make sure it's original, if you have to reword it or rewrite it somehow.
by Reverend Joseph Daniel Smith 4 weeks ago
Even though I have been an off and on member, here at HubPages, I never realized that by putting my profile picture in a capsule, in every hub, that's maybe what is causing my hubs to be marked as Duplicates.I don't always have a hub-ready image on me, especially not if I need to take a photo from...
by youssefdoukkali 5 years ago
Are we allowed to republish our articles elsewhere and keep the original hubs here in the mean time?
by Ben Peck 8 years ago
One of my hubs has duplicate written underneath it. I contacted hubpages saying it should be unique. Will they check it out, and if it is just a conflict of popular terminology remove the duplicate marker. Or will I have to change the content
by Kate Swanson 9 years ago
I was reading a Hub on Hubpages, and was concerned to read the advice that the content we use in our Hubs should be unique, not something we've posted elsewhere on the net.I started out on Helium and have nearly 200 articles on that site. When I joined HubPages, I saw it as a great opportunity to...
by Shaun Higley 6 years ago
Deborah Schroeder and I have published more Hubs for over 7 days now and they remain unpublished. Status: sent for publishing - Are you attempting to chase us away?
by Jennifer Essary 6 years ago
I recently joined YouSayToo to increase my web presence. I've found hubbers with full articles posted on the site. I thought that wasn't allowed. Thanks for your help : )
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