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I just joined Hubpages yesterday.
I have two hub pages on this site. I have the same blog in wordpress,blogspot & in my forum website too.( I have copy pasted my own work )Is that what is creating a duplicate on this website.
Two of them says Duplicate in RED & one of them is highlighted to say Needs revision.
Could some one please tell me what to do. I donot want to delete any blogs coz I want the traffic to atleat one website i.e if wordpress, blogspot etc. If I will only relly on Hub pages or only on blogpsot wont help much. I am happy to delete from wordpress as they donot allow me to have advertisement anyways hence i wont earn anything from them.
Please help guys.
IS there any way I can tell Hubpages that those blogs are mine & they allow me to post here too. given that i am not stealing someone else's work
please reply ASAP
Cut and pasting duplicate content is one thing Hubpages really does not want you to do, even if it is your own work.
I am pretty new to all this, but from what I understand duplicate work lowers your rank in search engines.
Your best bet would probably be to just post different but related articles on each site, or maybe put a brief intro on your blog then link to the full article on Hubpages (but not the other way around - Hubpages wants the content here).
I first joined thinking I could just use stuff I've written for my website The Humorless Twit. Boy, was I wrong.
HubPages does NOT like duplicate content, regardless of whether it's all yours or not. But what I have done is taken some of the columns I had already written for my site and re-wrote them. Maybe you can try that with your previously written pieces. For me, anyway, it's easier than writing from scratch.
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