I wrote a pretty long hub on making money online. I decided that as weird as it is I make the most money from the money making niche its self.
I decided to create a website on this, and was wondering if I took a few parts from my hub and added them to my site if I would be penalized by google (search engine) google adsense or hubpages ?
It depends how much you use. Eric Graudins will say duplicate content doesn't matter, other people disagree - so I always incline to stay on the safe side.
You could quote parts of your Hub then include a link to read the main story on HubPages.
yea or just remove the hub. As much as I enjoy writing on hubpages I think my actual site is going to be a bit more useful.
I know lol, although I've done good so far in that niche. I think its because I spend hours and hours researching the subject each day to the point where I can actually help other people on the matter.
Okay. I have a reverse question...
I have several write ups on a blog that really doesn't get much traffic.
I personally think they are good solid articles that are better suited to a Hub.
If I change the wording a little, would it be okay to transfer the articles I think are good from my Blog to a Hub?
It IS my content, I just think they would be better as stand alone Hubs.
I really don't want to go in and delete the articles from the Blog, or even link back to it.
I want the Hubs to be totally independent.
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