In February 2012 I wrote an original article on "How to set up an oil painting studio" ssifineartstudio.com/2012/02/22/how-to-set-up-an-oil-painting-studio/
I decided to share my article here on Hubpages and got a duplicate warning??? How is this possible? Unless someone has duplicated my original article here on Hubpages? How do I get tis resolved please?
You cannot have your article in both places. To put it here, you will have to remove it from the old place, give it a few days for Google to take it out of its listing, and then place it here. Since you have already published it here, I would just take it out from the old place and wait for the warning to clear.
Lol, I get it now, new original content is best, okay, I can do this!
Oh I see, ok I get it, I was under the impression you can't duplicate your articles on Hubpages.
I wasn't trying to duplicate my article, I had written an article on my wordpress blog which I revised and updated and excitedly wished to share it with the hubpages community. I didn't know I couldn't do that until Wesman pointed it out to me.
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