Do I have to use original content?
If I have written and created content for my blog or Squidoo, can I post that same content on HubPages?
You can only post original content on HubPages.
That means you'll have to re-write your old content; at least paraphrase every sentence.
yes.. If you read the guide about HP you will see what you can and cannot place.
Only original content is accepted here on hubpages. If you found with duplicate or spun article it'll be flagged by HP. You can rewrite it and then publish the hub.Hub-hopping feature lets HP find duplicate/scraper content quickly so avoid posting duplicate content.
I would recommend you to use only original content on hubpages or any other article directory you use. Original content is the best thing you can do to help you in SEO. Try rewriting the articles you have already written. Rewriting will not take much time.
by Gary Anderson 7 years ago
I no longer have much traffic coming from Google. I hate Google. They took my original content which I posted at BI, and gave it less of a place. Screwgle is wrong and nothing more than a common thief.
by Peter V 6 years ago
Do you often flag content on HubPages?I see a few hubs everyday that are in English, but poorly written. I hate to flag a hub if someone is just trying to start on HP, but I don't like reading poorly written hubs! What are your thoughts?
by Kate Swanson 10 years ago
I was reading a Hub on Hubpages, and was concerned to read the advice that the content we use in our Hubs should be unique, not something we've posted elsewhere on the net.I started out on Helium and have nearly 200 articles on that site. When I joined HubPages, I saw it as a great opportunity to...
by Jason Marovich 7 years ago
Does duplicate content on HubPages affect how Google views our subdomains? If so, could we get duplicate content removed from places like Pesonal Finance (description word for word from wiki). I've noticed my articles ranking higher with Google from secondary sites and was hoping we...
by T Clovers 4 years ago
I've rewriiten a HubPages Story after receiving a duplicate post warning. I received another "duplicate post" message. It's not a duplicate post. The new version is almost all new. The only thing I didn't change was the summary and title. What can I do? Is there anyone at Hubpages who can...
by Mbshine 10 years ago
UMMMMM...as a new Hubster let's see if i get this straight...Every word, period, and comma is original by me.Since I liven things up with dialog, everything I put in "quotes" to be grammatically correct gets flagged as "possibly non original content" stolen from someone...
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