We know hubpages just receive English content. So I think to translate some hubpages to my language and post it to my blog. Does Hubpages allow me to post my hubpages translate?
You can do whatever you want with your own content. Google might not like it though.
Are you wanting to translate your own hubs or the hubs of others?
@uninveted writer: yes , i am affraid with Google will ban my adsense
@darkside: Surely, translate my own hubs
They wouldn't ban you but they might not give a lot of attention. But, then again, it's another language so might not be treated like a duplicate.
I have had several of my hubs stolen and translated - and they show up as duplicate content.
Yep.. I've had a hub stolen and translated to oriental, and it showed up as copied.
It's not really recommended. Just post a summary in the translated language, and a link to your hub.
That's really interesting especially in light of the fact that there is no language on the planet called "oriental."
If you have the Google toolbar installed I am sure there is an option to translate it to what ever language you want....if you aren't bothered about the duplicate content penalties!
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