I need some help please
My hubs are starting to get flagged as duplicates but they are all my articles??? Yes, I have posted them on other sites such as article directories, is this not aloud? I need to contact someone because they are flagging my stuff when it is mine.
Duplicated articles are aloud but it will hurt your ranking and maybe be looked down upon from Googles stand point.
when they say duplicated they are suggesting that your content is to smiler to another on hub pages, you can have them posted on other sites without getting flagged. they just can not be the same as another on hub pages.
I have had this problem only once and the only thing I can suggest is rewrite the article or re arrange it where it is different by about 50% then you will be OK.
Also if you are using PLR Articles it is always better to rewrite these, mainly because a lot of people will just get them and plaster them everywhere without doing any modification to them.
You could spin them but most spinners come out with a mess of words that make no sense at all therefor making the whole darn thing useless in the end.
Hope this help.
Unless your articles contain audio, in which case carry on.
Here's the link to HubPages policy about this in their own words. There's a link there for you to contact them if you have further questions.
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