I created YouTube videos this weekend for an article I was writing. My video descriptions were quite similar to what I posted on my hubpage, so my hub was not published due to duplicate content. I deleted and re-wrote everything under my YouTube video descriptions. Then I re-submitted my hub for approval. I again received notification that my page will still remain unpublished because of duplicate content. To my knowledge, there isn't any duplicate content. Since I just wrote everything on Saturday, I doubt that it has been copied by someone else. What can I do?
I don't know if you will be able to see the page or not, but this is the link: http://hubpages.com/education/My-Homeschool-Schedule .
Will the hub editors know that the content is no longer in my YouTube video descriptions, or will they simply view the fact that I did not change my information in my hub article?
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I stopped writing for Hub Pages because they consider almost half my articles "duplicate"
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