Can I publish articles from my blog? How will this affect my membership with Hubpages?
You may want to consult the HubPages help area or perhaps ask HubPages directly. I'm guessing the answer is essentially a "no". The reason is because it's duplicate content even though it's your own. You could be facing what's known as the "google slap" for duplicate content and your traffic could suffer in both places.
Maybe I'm wrong, but I'm just going by what I've read and heard.
You could do this, but all your hubs will be marked as duplicate.
Your hubscore will go down. It is best to create new and original hubs.
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