I know that Hubpages doesnt like duplicates, which is why i havent published my articles elsewhere. What i am doing though is saving them to my blog. There's only one of me and only 24 hours in a day, and i would like to at least be able to use my articles to promote my blog too.
I thought that was ok, as the blog is my own on my website. But now i started to receive notifications that i'm posting duplicates.
If i'm not allowed to save my hubs on my personal blog too, then please let me know and i will probably just want to delete my Hubpages account.
Well Annabelle, I would assume if you are getting these messages then yes it is a problem. I mean, I don't know what blog you are using, but to promote your hubs you can post them on twitter, facebook, myspace, where ever. does hubpages have a blog? I don't know i have never used it if they do, I always thought a hub was a blog with a different name. They try to keep hubpages free of duplicates to keep it unique and more reliable as a source for people to come and find answers and important issues being discussed in a appropriate manner. I am not going to tell you what you are doing is wrong, but if the mods are saying this then that probably answers your question. Good luck though, and I don't know you but I would hate to see you leave.
The FAQ addresses duplicate content quite directly,
Me too had received a warning for posting duplicate articles even though it was originally written by me which I also posted in other blog sites where I am a member. It was like that the red notice is trying to say that it's time for me to leave hubpages and venture somewhere else and be accepted as part of a family of bloggers.
Try posting a general description about your hub like a short summary and than include a link to your hub like a ... Read More
This way you will not have a duplicate penalty and can still write about your hubs on your blog and include adsense as well.
Hello, I would like to share my opinion on this. I already have written multiple hubs and the reason why I wrote them is to provide useful information and get backlinks. Now the backlinks are only useful if your score goes 75 and up, otherwise it is more easier to leave a comment in blogs. So in order to maintain that score, we have to maintain our account, like posting hubs continuously and being part of the community.
Depending on your reason why you joined hubpages, you must be prepared for the consequences brought by their rules, policies or terms and conditions like submitting only original items to them. Hubpages is not for everyone, if you think the cost of maintaining your account is greater than its benefits then I think it is better to submit articles elsewhere.
Well just sharing my opinion.
Who cares, do your hubs. There are many factual things that get repeated. A few of my hubs say duplicate and I haven't a clue why nor do I care. I ain't changing 'em!!
Why would you "save them to your blog"? Just write content. If you can't write new stuff for the blog, you may want to stop paying hosting fees, if you have any.
Hubpages is already very well established, and you'll find that these links are way more worth it than a blog with anything lower than a PR of 5 or so.
hi i am also facing the problem many times but i chage the line & title and it work may be u ve to try this one may be work
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