Transfer Articles From HP To Your Own Blog

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  1. Kyriaki Chatzi profile image90
    Kyriaki Chatziposted 22 months ago

    Dear fellow Hubbers,

    as a newbie (int this issue) I'd like to know what I am supposed to do in case I want to transfer my HP articles to my blog.

    To begin with, is this allowed?

    1. jackclee lm profile image81
      jackclee lmposted 22 months agoin reply to this

      I don't think copying is allowed. You will get a possible plagerism warning from HubPages. Hubs published here are supposed to be original content.

  2. Marisa Wright profile image97
    Marisa Wrightposted 22 months ago

    Do you mean,you want to copy your Hubs on your blog?  Or do you mean you want to delete your Hubs and move them to your own blog?

    If you wish to delete the Hubs and move them to your own blog, yes that is allowed.

    If you wish to copy your Hubs so they appear on your blog and on HubPages at the same time, yes that is allowed but it is not advisable as you will lose traffic to one of them.

    1. Kyriaki Chatzi profile image90
      Kyriaki Chatziposted 22 months agoin reply to this

      I want to transfer some of the Hubs to my blog while removing them from HP. So, it IS allowed.

      Thank you very much, Marrissa.

      1. Barbara Kay profile image92
        Barbara Kayposted 22 months agoin reply to this

        Yes, because you still own your own Hubs.

  3. Seventh Sun profile image61
    Seventh Sunposted 22 months ago

    Im not sure as I havent done this thing before.

    1. Kyriaki Chatzi profile image90
      Kyriaki Chatziposted 22 months agoin reply to this

      Me neither! And it can be quite confusing...

  4. earner profile image86
    earnerposted 22 months ago

    To answer the question directly, without questioning your motives etc:

    You shouldn't copy your Hub onto your blog.  You can if you wish, there is nothing to stop you, but there's no point in that and it'll flag up as "duplicate content" in your account here and Google will "see" it as duplicate content and might not look favourably upon it.  But there is nothing (legal or otherwise) to stop you doing this.  It'd just be "daft" to do it.

    If you wish to delete your Hub and post your information on your blog, again, you can do this.

    You own the copyright to your words.  What you do with it is up to you.

  5. makingamark profile image65
    makingamarkposted 22 months ago

    It's your content and you can do what you like with it - but it's always advisable to only post any content on just one site (no matter what that is).

    If you want to move your content off HubPages I suggest you first copy it to an archive. (I copy mine to Evernote and I also "save as a page" using Safari as this gives me a precise copy of the page AFTER it has been deleted from HubPages - with live links to any external sites.)

    Once you've got your archive copy, you should then delete the hub from HubPages.  It generally takes 24 hours to disappear and you can resurrect it during those 24 hours.

    You can then put your content wherever you can do so legitimately eg. on your own blog or website

    1. Kyriaki Chatzi profile image90
      Kyriaki Chatziposted 22 months agoin reply to this

      Thank you very much!!!!

      Your advice is REALLY enlightening and helpful!!

      1. makingamark profile image65
        makingamarkposted 22 months agoin reply to this

        You're welcome!

  6. LongTimeMother profile image95
    LongTimeMotherposted 22 months ago

    Hmmm. I guess I should mention you should check to see if any of those hubs have been copied and published elsewhere before deleting them from HP. (You might have thought of this before, but I fear you haven't.)

    At the moment, you are the first publisher so you can file DMCAs against plagiarists. However if you delete the hubs and republish them, a thief who stole your work could look to google (particularly adsense) like they were the original author.

    So copy a few short unique sentences from each hub and put them into a google search in inverted commas to check your hub is the only search result. smile

    1. Kyriaki Chatzi profile image90
      Kyriaki Chatziposted 22 months agoin reply to this

      Hello, LongTimeMother.

      That thought really hadn't crossed my mind. I'll do that first. Thank you very much for your tip!

  7. Wesman Todd Shaw profile image97
    Wesman Todd Shawposted 22 months ago

    I do it all the time. After a while a thing isn't doing so hot, I hit 'unpublish' then copy/paste it to a blogger blog. Then I delete it from Hubpages.

    Nope, I hardly ever make a dime from blogger. But I dislike the idea of deleting something I took the time to write entirely from the internet. Except for those which were truly awful. Some days are better than others.

    It's probably literally a positive thing for Hubpages.com whenever someone deletes an unproductive page. But this artificial intelligence thing which we call 'Google,' makes up the rules as it goes along, and so who ever really knows?

    1. Marisa Wright profile image97
      Marisa Wrightposted 22 months agoin reply to this

      I think you're making a big mistake in moving Hubs to Blogger, unless they've actually been unFeatured by HubPages. You're a good writer so it's highly unlikely your 'not so hot' Hubs are hurting your account or HP, so you'd be much better off leaving them where they are.

      Like Makingamark, I'd say a specialist blog is a much better bet than HubPages long-term - but if you're going to move a Hub to a generalist blog amongst a random mix of topics, then it'll earn even less than it did on HP so it's a complete waste of time.   Ditto if your specialist blog is small and rarely updated - you've got to commit to it to make it work. 

      In fact if you've got posts on Blogger that haven't done anything, I'd be looking at deleting them and moving them back to HP:  new Hubs have a much higher chance of being moved to the niche sites.

  8. makingamark profile image65
    makingamarkposted 22 months ago

    A hub can be "unproductive" on HubPages and do very well on another site. HubPages has its own very particular idea about what makes a good article in Google's eyes. In my experience, that's not always the same as what actually makes for a productive article in Google traffic terms in practice.

    Also just as HubPages moving hubs to dedicated niche sites has improved their profile, the same principle can work for moving hubs to other sites. Moving clusters of hubs on a theme to any niche site where they now get "more space to breathe" (i.e. not now isolated and 'buried' within Hubpages and swamped by the other topics) can be a very productive exercise.

  9. pateluday profile image34
    pateludayposted 22 months ago

    You cannot have same content on two platforms since they would no longer be unique. The whole exercise is create unique  contents to be visible. You can add links of your hubs to your blogs so that blog readers can read your hubs from there.

    You can copy your hubs and then delete them. This is okay but why would you do that? Best is to create new content on your blog relevant to its topic.

    1. makingamark profile image65
      makingamarkposted 22 months agoin reply to this

      The reason why you could copy your hubs to another site and then delete them is because they're not getting enough profile and traffic on HubPages.

      Some topics do better than others on HubPages - it doesn't generate traffic for every topic. Horses for courses etc.

      I guessed right on the content I moved and it is now getting an phenomenal increase in traffic - although that is in part because I also adopted the same strategy as HubPages of putting a number of hubs onto a new niche/very focused website.

      I'm not sure how much difference people would see moving one hub to a new site which didn't have an underlying strategy for how it was going to generate traffic re depth of focus and quality of content.

 
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