Can I paste info from a hub to my blog?
Or will that then make my hub a duplicate? I would like to take a couple paragraphs from my hub to copy onto my blog.
Yes. All hubs remain your property and you can do with them as you wish. Copying too much, however, may result in them being declared duplicates which may affect your hubscore and earnings. (Not sure how much - or how many words - it takes to qualify as such.)
As a general rule, if I wish to use something from my hubs, I just reword it enough to keep things "original."
You will likely trigger a duplicate content filter. Although you retain ownership of your work on HubPages, you may not use it elsewhere. You may spin (rewrite) your hubs, however, and post them on your blog.
Just add a link from your blog to your hubpage articles, then it's not shared content, adds a back link, which helps your rankings. Hubpages, blogs, Squidoo, and simular sites all add quality back links. Hope this helps
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