Is it permitted to put an article you've written on hubpages onto your own blog or website as well?
Yes, you are allowed to do that. But since Google doesn't like plagiarism, I wouldn't do such a thing. It can affect rankings of whole blog.
Like Ultimate Hubber says, you have the right, since you own the content, but you could get a duplicate content penalty.
I would rewrite the article to make it unique, while still presenting the same ideas. You could also in your own blog, link to your hub, therefore providing your reader with more info and giving your hub a backlink
it's not plagiarism to repost your own articles - but it does get your hub flagged for duplicate content and may affect your hubscores; others have noted it could affect SEO & ranking but no substantive evidence is available.
i have a substantial body of work on my website, some of which i've moved to hubpages - sometimes i remove it from the orighinal pagers, other times just let them exist as duplicates - in both cases i've found my traffic increases.
Avoid it though you can always give another version of your article here.
Legal yes, but practical no. One is best to link to your material with a short description or a soundbyte that would create interest in reading the entire hub.
Any content sharing site doesn't want duplicate content because they believe in google's phantom content penalty, if your going to repost a article, you should rewrite the whole thing so you can target a different set of keywords. You say the same thing, but in different words.
by Krzysztof Willman 16 months ago
I'm not looking for specifics or any links but what is your favorite hub that you've written. This doesn't have to be your highest trafficked hub, in fact, it may not get any traffic but you're still glad you wrote it.Also does view count affect how you feel about this particular hub.
by Sherry Hewins 5 years ago
Of all the hubs you've written, do you have a favorite hub?I know it's a little like choosing your favorite child. Is there one hub that is just special to you, even if it's not the most popular?
by Ray 2 years ago
Curious: Do you have multiple accounts, because your profile shows 68 hubs. I took a lot of mine and moved them. I let what I have left sit til it goes idle then I take remove it. I have over 80 articles, new ones, that are not published here, but elsewhere. Earnings are less than 2 bucks a month....
by NaiomiP 9 years ago
Can you reuse material that you've written on Hubpages on other sites?If you belong to, say, Suite101.com or eLance.com, etc., can you use the material you have published on HubPages?
by Katherine Tyrrell 4 years ago
I have to say I'm very surprised to be writing this as so far an awful lot of Hubpages the site has been very impressive and I'm liking it a lot.However I'm concerned about adult oriented topics getting mixed up with those where the content should be 100% suitable for childrenI don't want hubs...
by erinshelby 3 years ago
What sites exist that are free to use, that allow writers to create any content (like HP), where you can make money?
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