Several of my writings have been tagged as duplicates, when in actuality they're just posted, BY...
ME on other writing sites online. How do I get around this? It's making me feel like I'm committing forgery!
I've lost count of the times this type of question comes up. Two rival print magazine editors won't accept the same article from the same writer, nor will HPs or other blogs, slightly change each bit of content, it is something that you would have to do in print, so do it here.
Thank you Mick S, I obviously didn't know that! Interesting, and Much appreciated! :-)
by Dale Nelson 7 years ago
Hi All,Thank my lucky paws I checked my mail today. Hubpages Staff team must be properly tired after reading so many hubs.I got a mail from ,a rather exhausted I am sure, hubpages team to the effect of,Ok, so you have some hubs which do not stand up to our new rules. They are...
by MzChaos 7 years ago
Amazon says Fail: The link above was not tagged or was not a valid Amazon link.How is the...link not being detected when it is set up automatically through hubpages?I checked the link from the webpage, and the link from the ad and I am getting fail messages...and I am showing no traffic clics onthe...
by Kristine Reyes 6 years ago
My hubs are 100% mine, why hp kept telling me they're duplicates? How's that possible?Is it not allowed to copy my own articles from my facebook and blogspot accounts?
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