Hi Rose! Will posting the same articles on here I origionally posted on eHow hurt my eHow earnings?
Hi Rose, (this is jenicoe2001 from eHow). Thank you so much for your help- if you are not too busy with the holidays! : ) I read in your profile you know SEO very well. So I have a question for you... I didn't know if I should make the articles I posted here on Hubpages just links back to the origional articles on eHow. Or to just leave the full contenst of the articles up here on Hubpages. I do not want to damage my eHow earnings by making a huge mistake here! Thanks for your help Rose, and Happy Thanksgiving!! : ) jenicoe2001
My advice to you is to never publish duplicate content on the web. If you want to write articles on the same subject for both web sites, make them substantially different. If you want to add a link to ehow in HubPages, put it in your profile, not in an article. You want to keep the person reading your article and possible clicking on the Adsense ads. The same goes for ehow. Put a link to HubPages in your ehow profile. Then you can generate views and possibly earnings on both sites. Hope this helps.
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