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Legally we can publish but that will be duplicated content. As far as I know, we can only publish unique content on hubpages.
If you have a legal contract with hub to get income fine... be here but since you all are good writers, be duplicated and add your copyright data that you own your own intellectual property until someone will pay you for your hard work and creativity.
In print publishing it is called, Serial Rights, when you sell an article to a print magazine in, say, the UK, you are selling: First British Serial Rights. That means the publisher can print the piece in one edition in the area covered by SR. You are free to sell that on to publishers in other countries, and still command, First, say, Nigerian, or, USA, serial rights, although sometimes, often, you sell First English Language Serial Rights.
You are also free to sell on to competing publications, at a reduced fee, Second British Serial Rights, the chances of doing so are remote, competing publishers tend know what each other is doing. You can sell SBSR to non-competing publications, although it is always better to re-jig the piece for the readership of the new submission and sell FBSR:-)
The same system applies to electronic rights, re-jig your articles so that you don't spread the same thing around. As long as you haven't given away your copyright, you can do what you want with your work.
by youssefdoukkali5 years ago
Are we allowed to republish our articles elsewhere and keep the original hubs here in the mean time?
by Carol Hubbard5 years ago
Can I publish my Hub elsewhere after it first appears here?
by tamron6 years ago
I check with 3 different duplicated content checkers one said 98% original the other one said 93% original then the last one said original content. Should I just resubmit my article?
by CamilleGizzarelli5 years ago
As HubPages is strict as to only having content on their pages, I wonder if we are able to take the hubs (of which we own the content) and compile for a book or ebook?I look forward to hearing from other hubbers!
by Brenda Massey8 years ago
I published an article I had published on another site and it now says "duplicate" in my stats.....Does this site not allow you to publish contnetn you have published elsewhere? Appreciate any help anyone...
by Hawaiian Odysseus6 years ago
Are Hubbers allowed to publish what they've written on HubPages elsewhere?I know that previously published material is not permited on HubPages. While I may have missed some fine print somewhere, can anyone tell me if...
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