HubPages Wants Unique Content. How Unique Does it Have to Be?
I can assemble articles from paragraph variations, making each generated article unique to some extent. So, I have an article on a blog. How unique does a variation have to be to be accepted here? Here's what I'm talking about using:
Google "Articles Unique" ; go to e-commerce-biz.com/aau/
"unique" isn't a relative term. Something is either unique or it isn't. So there are no "degrees of uniqueness."
You should always be writing something completely new when you click on "start a new hub." If you are copying and pasting, then it's not unique. Even if you are paraphrasing someone elses blogs or anything, that's not unique.
You probably need to do more than rearrange paragraphs; try rewording first and last sentences of each paragraph, change key words. Ideally just rewrite completely, good rewriting can be 100% unique.
Just write passionately. Craft Hubs which please you personally. The rest will take care of itself. None of my Hubs will ever be confused with Shakespeare but I produce each one with inner fire and passion. No one can ask for more than that. Peace.
One thing that you must note about HubPages is they have a strict adherence to Google Content Terms. This is the sole reason that HP demand for Unique content. If you have been around for sometime you will notice that Google has a tendency of punishing the so called 'Content firms ' with a slight change in their algorithm. HubPages have not been spared in the past and there are continuous effort to improve the image that HP shows to Search engines. So this is why the content should be always close to 100% unique. If not 100% unique.
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