I noticed on my statistics page that some of my hubs have "Duplicate".
I understand this means that I have published the same work elsewhere on the web. Can you tell me what sites I shouldn't publish to if I don't want the Duplicate status on my hubs? I know that the things I've posted are my original work, even if they are published elsewhere.
You can see what HubPages says here, or contact the admin team for further info / help:
Sometimes I will post the same article on Squiddo, or Ezine and HubPages will tell me it is a duplicate. that simply means the content or part of the content has been found in other locations on the web. It isn't a problem, except you cannot post a affliate on your hubpages post.
And it has to be your duplication, not someone elses.
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