Can I publish my content that I put on a hubpage on other sites?
Nope. Absolutely not.
This is an original content site, and you can't do duplicates of your work here elsewhere. You can delete a hub and put it elsewhere if you wish, but I advise against that as an old url is valuable so far as your serps go.
If you wish to be what I would consider "wise" then you'd write a different article on another site, and link your hub to it.
I do that sort of frequently. blogger, info barrel, hubpages - you can link your stuff on other sites here, and that's a great thing.
Yes, you can. Your content is your content. You can do with it what you like. However, HubPages may eventually flag your hub as duplicate content though I believe their duplicate content search only includes other hubs on HubPages. I don't believe they crawl the web looking for duplicate content. However, Google does and if they find your hub duplicated elsewhere they may penalize you.
Yes Definitely! When you publish you can publish to many other different sites. Simply click the share icon at the bottom.
I had an idea today about how to publish my Hubs on a blog without triggering the duplicate content wrath of the search gods.
Just post the Hub on your blog as an image file, that way your readers can read it, and the content will not be indexed by search engines.
This may not be for everyone, but is possibly a good workaround.
by al derecho 2 years ago
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by youssefdoukkali 5 years ago
Are we allowed to republish our articles elsewhere and keep the original hubs here in the mean time?
by Casimiro 5 years ago
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by Brenda Massey 8 years ago
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by Adam Harkus 2 years ago
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