I got this message -"This Hub seems to contain text that also appears on another page and may be unpublished as a result. If you revise the content so that it is unique to this Hub, it will automatically be rechecked for duplication"-even though everything is original content -how do I fix it?
There are a couple of reasons you get this message.
1. You wrote something somewhere else and are now posting it here. If that is the case, you have to delete the article from the other site and give it some time to clear before posting it here. If you didn't do that, just give it some more time, and it should all clear in a while.
2. You quoted another online site, and now have this warning. The key here is to make sure that the quoted part is a low percentage of your whole hub. If you just have a few of your words, and a whole bunch of quoted part, then it seems like most of your hub is a copy. To fix that, you have to reduce the amount you quoted, and/or increase the original amount you write. You can also consider putting the quote as an image instead of text.
none of the writing is copied from another site or even quoted -so there's a problem
if it was not copied onto the hub, it has been copied off the hub. Work out where and send them a takedown notice.
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