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.
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