I have a hub that says is elsewhere. How do I find out where it is?
I was looking through my stats (my account) and I've got a message saying something about that the content of a particular hub being duplicated.
How can I find out where my work is elsehwere?
A good place to start is to do a google search for part of the hub, using quotation marks.
So, pick a sentence from the hub, put quotation marks around it("") and search for it on Google. Repeat this a few times if you do not find the duplicate content right away or get no results.
If that doesn't work, your best bet would be to use Copyscape, which costs $.05 a search and can search based off of the URL/Text.
If you go here: http://hubpages.com/my/copied
My account >> copied hubs
it will show you where the duplicate has been found.
You should be able to find it in your my account section other wise ask a HP admin
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