What will gonna happen if i put my hub article on my other blogging site?

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  1. flowerpick profile image67
    flowerpickposted 8 years ago

    What will gonna happen if i put my hub article on my other blogging site?

    Is it ok to hubpages? can i generate some income from my other blogging site? tnx a lot!

  2. nettech profile image60
    nettechposted 8 years ago

    Well not much.  It all depends really.  Although it may get indexed by Google, it will not really rank high since it has already been indexed by hubpages.  It will be seen as duplicate content.  Don't worry as there is no duplicate content penalty.  All that will happen is Google will assign more prominence to the site where the article appeared first.

    If your blog attracts visitors anyway, it still may be worth adding it in  as you may get visitors from the blog site.


  3. wychic profile image86
    wychicposted 8 years ago

    You may incur a small Hubscore penalty for the duplicate content, but duplicate content that you own is not against the TOS. The only thing I would really add to nettech's answer is that it's not necessarily the one that was posted first will rank higher, there are many other factors that come into play including how much traffic it gets, and how Google perceives the site where it's posted. Some of my articles are posted exactly the same on four different sites that all allow cross-posting, and it's really a toss-up as to which will rank first. My best article here, for example, was posted to Hubpages after being posted to two other sites...it has gotten very little notice on the other sites, and those URLs are ranking down on pages 12 and 15 of the search engine results. The Hubpages version of the article, however, currently ranks #1 in the search results, and has for the past couple of months. When I checked the other two sites against Hubpages on Google Trends, it revealed that Hubpages gets about double the overall traffic of one of the sites, and about three times the overall traffic of the other one, so Google likes it better and will likely rank your Hubpages version quite a ways above your personal blog version (depending on the blog site).

  4. rlaframboise profile image60
    rlaframboiseposted 8 years ago

    Small penalty if anything. Does your blog generate high rankings and traffic?

  5. justom profile image67
    justomposted 8 years ago

    Do what you want to do and don't let any of that crap scare you. What's the worse that can happen?

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