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?
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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?
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by Tessa Schlesinger3 months ago
http://hub.me/alstvI have been wanting to write the above article for months, simply because it has changed my life so much. So I'm stuck between not proving what I'm saying and using very technical links and info. I've...
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