I have received a duplicate under one of my hubs on my statistics page....what does this mean?
That means the majority of contents of your hub is copied and pasted from another source on the internet. HubPages does an automatic searching on your content. So I would suggest you to write something unique and interesting. Good luck!
Also, it may be an original article of your own that is posted elsewhere on the internet. Hubpages desires first originals. Duplicates lowers your scores, but they eventually rise again once original content is posted. Hope this helps!
Well thats true, but hubpages have an inbuild limitation, to what can you wright. I have encountered it myself many times. I wright about aviation,aircraft and news, but i can`t wright any EXACT and ACCURATE specification, nor a exact speech of a person, because it has to be exactly as the original in order to be accurate and informative. When you do that the Hubpages finds the exact think, written all over the web (lets say specifications of Cessna 152),and it can`t be written any other way, and then marks your hub as duplicate.
Sorry to say that but you can`t write anything you feel like in here
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