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Some guidance on the 'unique' content required by hubpages
Okay, so I am an internet writer, currently I am posting revised versions of my articles elusively to Ezine@rticles, Squidoo and Hubpages and my own websites. Each site receives the same article but revised and customized accordingly to the same site.
I have posted a few hubpages, I usually backlink to my site for SEO/pr purposes but noticed that this is generally a frowned upon thing on hubpages - so I have stopped doing this.
My question is, while my articles appear on different parts of the internet, how "unique" must it be before hubpages will consider it non-duplicate content.
The simple answer is until the duplicate flag has gone from the top of the hub. In most cases this will require a complete rewrite. Read the FAQ on duplicate content and also what constitutes overly promotional hubs.
Unique enough that a robot or even a real person could not notice the two were from the same source. I believe as long as you are doing this from your own unique articles, this is ok, but not if you are revising someone else's stuff. Also, regarding backlinks, you really just need to backlink from your other hubpages (which is not frowned upon) because the page rank of hubpage is quite good, you won't get much better links than that anyway.
by cupid517 years ago
Can I post an article to ezinearticles which I have already published in hubpages?
by pat20046 years ago
Hi. I am finally getting around here. Registered in Jan but JUST getting going. Life's been busy.Before I do something silly, is it permissable/acceptable to repurpose your own articles here? I've got about 70 some...
by Moon Daisy7 years ago
Hello, here's something I've been wondering about for a while.I have a few articles on another site, which has recently announced that it's no longer going to pay international contributors. So I'm thinking it...
by Catherine Giordano2 years ago
Yesterday someone contacted me saying she wanted to reprint my hub "Does Religion do More Harm than Good" in her ezine. This is the link: http://churchandstate.org.uk/I was so flattered that I...
by elnavann7 years ago
I have published several articles through Triond, but would like to post some of these on HubPages.From the Triond side, once an article is on their site for 30 days, this can be done without breach of their terms of...
by Michelle Zunter2 years ago
Okay who knows how I can move or copy my hubs to a personal website? Thanks!
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