I'm sure you can if you unpublish your article from HubPages. You still have the copyright and can publish where you want.
Why not its your article you are the owner and you have the full right to do what U want to do with that. But I agree with Victoria Lynn that you should first unpublish it from the hubpages.
You have to remove your hub completely from Hub pages before it can be sold, or published anywhere else, including your own blog. Yes, you own the content, but as long as it is on Hub Pages, they do not allow republishing, duplicate content rule, as long as hub is here. Unpublish it and remove it first.
I think best would be if an editor from a magazine were trolling around Internet, one day, and bumped into something you wrote -- perhaps your hubs hold a prominent position in the Google search hierarchy -- and said to herself, 'That's a person who should be writing for us!' And then they contact you with an offer for a writing job!! That would be the best!
by Kelly Kline Burnett 23 hours ago
I simply don't get it! I have purposefully stayed away from searching on HubPages because it frustrates me. I now remember why. Why is the HP search page not bringing up the best of the best? I thought we were here to promote Hubbers above a certain score and to promote quality.MY EXPERIENCE WITH...
by Mike Russo 6 years ago
I'm trying to understand RSS feeds. I think the capsule is a reader that aggreates feeds from other websites, but I'm not sure
by Hubalicious 10 years ago
http://xhubpages.wordpress.com/ with a user name of rayskd2000 is stealing content from hubpages and linking back to the original articles with their own signup token in the link.I guess if people sign up after coming from that site the person will make money from additional ad views...
by ElleBee 4 years ago
What 3 things do you think someone w/o a lot of time can do to increase their earnings on Hub pages?What tips do you have for someone to increase their earnings on HP even if they don't have a lot of time to dedicate to writing several new hubs every week or even month?
by LindaSmith1 4 years ago
Apparently there are those who do not know what plagerism is! But I am sure they know that copying, pasting, maybe spinning an article written by another is not "Original Content." Plagerism is against TOS of Hub Pages, and can get you in trouble for copyright infringement as...
by JessBraz 4 years ago
Hello everyone!I have seen some hubs published that include a little "About the Author" blurb at the bottom of the hub.. However, it seems pretty common on Hubpages not to include that at the bottom of hubs.I know it is pretty common to include something like that in blog posts and more...
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