What is the ultimate rule about quoting others on hubpages?
Am I allowed to pull a sentence or two off another website as a quote if I give it credit to the...person who said it and the web address? Or do I need to get some sort of permission? The section I read about duplicate content wasn't clear. Thanks.
I think this is acceptable from Hubpages point of view as a quote is legitimate, especially when you credit the author. What they don't allow is people to use say a third or more of their hub directly quoted from another website, as this is duplicate content.
by Pamela Oglesby 6 years ago
I wrote a hub quite a long time ago, <link snipped>and one individual has made numerous very long comments. I suggested to her that she write her own article a couple of comments ago. Now I have two very lengthy comments from her which quote another website and their view about child rearing....
by Dreamjar 5 years ago
Will quoting the Bible result in being marked duplicate on Hubpages?One of my hubs is about how in the book of Matthew Jesus speaks about the Law and how it should be upheld. Naturally I have copied a significant number of verses and then commented on them. My comments out number the...
by butterflystar 5 years ago
Is it ok to quote scripture from the bible? And if so do we hv to put the bible name crediting the specific bible used? Thanks
by annmeadows 8 years ago
what does duplicate mean? I created an article not like any of my others, but use a bit of quoting from the news.
by flpalermo 4 years ago
When quoting from the Bible to clarify a point, or to prove a point, why is it considered DUPLICATING someone else's work? All writers that use the Bible MUST quote from the Bible, to make and prove their point!I MUST quote from the Bible in EVERY paper, so do other writers that may write on...
by Mr Remodeler 5 years ago
Is it wise to copy my hubs onto my business website?
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