Even though my hub has been up for weks it is still showing copied content, Sure the photos are copied but they are creative commons. Ive posted about this before & the hub is still marked down I* swear on a stack of bibles that the hub has not i repeat not been duplicated by me & to the best of my knowlege by anyone else !
http://hubpages.com/hub/My-experience-a … mpic-Games
It's because of the description of the park at the very bottom of the hub, below the comments. That whole section appears here: http://www.sydneyolympicpark.com.au/Vis … s_memories
Get rid of that and it will go away.
Thanks Wordscribe. I guess the idea of that link to to show people the lasting memorial that has been created at Olympic Park to highlight the contributionof the volunteers if I remove that then their is no link to it !
You can link to it, but the duplicate filter is showing duplicate content because of duplicate content.
I was just about to say the same as wordscribe. That there is your copied content.
I have removed the link relating to copied content which relates to the permanent memorial for Olympic volunteers. I have also removed some of the tags which I added which incidentally were suggest I add by your automated widget.
I trust this i sufficient to remove the warning signs at the top of the hub !
I tried emailing the "hubpages" email address but i got a rsponse that it was not a valid email address ! struth what you gotta do around here !
Alleluyah ! Game over ! thank you ball boys, thank you!
lines men. the court violations have disappeared. service is resumed back to normal xxx
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