Can you post the same article on hubpages and your own personal blog?
You don't want to post the same article even if it's your personal blog and you already have it on your other personal blog.
Duplicates don't look good to google and that is why hubpages don't want them. Technicaly you can post anything but it will be downgraded on hubpages and your blog post may also become invisible to search engines.
Yes that is true Google does not like duplicate content. so do not duplicate your content.
You can put a short entry that points at your Hub from your blog, but duping content is bad.
Basically, you really, REALLY should NOT do that. Hubpages should only have original content. Trust me on this, a coalition force of hubbers is totally against duplicate content. This site, to maintain a high degree of respect, benefits from original content, NOT duplicate content.
Then why did HP allows duplicates here at first place? If duplicates would be removed instantly once detected, at least we may not be getting penalized for that part today, and then we, the hubbers, won't have to deal with flagging copied content.
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