by Debra Allen 9 years ago
DUPLICATE: Our system has detected a high number of duplicates of this Hub's content on the Web. [learn more]
by Anita Hasch 13 months ago
I would like advice on the following. I uploaded a new hub 'Lost In The Ocean,' which I have now deleted. It stated duplicate content. I spend a lot of time on this hub, rewriting it. However, it was refused for publishing due to duplicate content. The only duplicate content in this hub, was the...
by Anjali 5 months ago
I just published my content which was written by me (I did not copy from anywhere, Only did the content based on our sales data), but I got email saying it is Duplicate.How will HubPages determine it as Duplicate Content?
by modeling 8 years ago
Wondering if you are allowed to publish the same articles here on hubpages, that you already posted on other websites such as ehow.com, etc...?Thanks!
by canadawest99 7 years ago
People think of duplicate content as a bad thing, but google only defines it as bad if you have duplicate content on a single domain. So now after the google slap, every writing site is trying to make sure they don't have duplicate content (ie. same as another site) when they don't...
by Dorsi Diaz 10 years ago
Hello, my name is Dorsi and I'm a newbie here. I have wrote some articles for other sites and submitted them, under no contract. Can I also post them here and if so, are those now considered "published" already since I've already posted them somewhere else?What I am trying to do is...
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