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Paul, one of my hubs was flagged for duplicate content, in spite of the material being original. I assume it was flagged because the names of the sites I reviewed (MySpace, Twitter, etc.) were used multiple times within the hub, and those are probably red flag names because of their popularity.
I've submitted the hub for review and I know you guys will look at it, so that's not why I'm writing. I was going to work on the second in a series of these type of reviews, but I don't want to do so if it's going to get me (or my hub, anyway) into trouble. I wasn't sure how long the review would take because of the weekend/holiday. If the review is going to take a while, I was hoping to find out from you whether I should just abandon this format and move on to something else. If not, I'll work on the next review in the series.
Here's the hub in question:
http://hubpages.com/hub/Social-Networki … y-Category
Thanks in advance for your guidance on this.
I think that is a reasonable format for a hub. We were a little delayed in responding to duplicate review requests over the holiday, but the back log is clearing up now. Feel free to continue.
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