I was wondering if I can put my articles after they are published on my blog or on my Facebook.
But they have to be published on here first, right. Just asking because I had to edit one of my articles because it was published on my blog before it was published on here.
Yes, it has to be here first. However, there's no point posting the same article twice - you'll be diluting the traffic. Why don't you write a cool and interesting summary to put on Facebook with a link back to your hub?
by Marye Audet5 years ago
How long should you wait after you unpublish an article before republishing it on your blog or other website? I mean, so that Google doesn't see it as copied material?
by Polly C6 years ago
I have a video on my camera that I want to add to my hub, how do I do this? In the video capsule it seems only to refer to videos from google + youtube etc. Any help much appreciated...
by Natalia M Aeschliman3 years ago
Can you write poetry on Hubpages?I have written poetry since I was 13 years old, and never really shared it with anyone. I am new to hub pages and so far have 6 articles that have been published, so I am very excited...
by Linda Poitras10 months ago
Why can't we post articles here that were posted on Facebook for exemple?You could have a note to publisher allowing the writer to say since facebook isn't a publishing venue
by Sondra Rochelle2 years ago
Janderson posted something really important yesterday which I think everybody here needs to read http://hubpages.com/forum/topic/132621#post2759379.If he is correct in his assumptions (which it appears he might...
by Brittany Banks10 months ago
I usually use the source name: E.g. Brittany Banks, CC-BY, Via Facebook.But I know there is an easier way to do this, because I am tired of having to upload the photos to facebook to get the source URL. If I take the...
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