Once a hub is published, can I place it on my own site or other places?
You can definitely post a link to the finished hub. It's a good way to increase traffic. However, re-posting the entire hub may put you at risk of getting a 'duplicate' tag. If you get one of those, HubPages may remove it.
One way to get the info you want across to your web viewers is to list a teaser...a couple of sentences of your hub with a link reading "for the full story click here." The link will take your web readers to your hub and you won't get flagged for duplicate content.
Creating dupiicate articles will be viewed as a negative from Hubpages and more importantly your Google and Search rankings. Google is only interested in "Original Content" Once Hubpages finds out, which they will, they will red flag it as a duplicate and un-publish the article.
You have to decide do you want to write for Hubpages or your site. I have the same desire to post what I write on my web.
What I do is place links on my site and I took it one step further, by adding RSS Feed into my blog. So some of the content shows up, but if you click on it brings you to your Hubpages Hub. This is not viewed as a negitive from anyone.
I have the same question for which i couldn't find answer since long time. May be there is some kind of Rss feed widget which can update content on our personal web blog.
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