Newbie question on "duplicate content"
In terms of "duplicate content": what are the issues of publishing similar stuff on a Hub & on twitter/tumblr or a web site?
This sort of basic question is addressed by both the FAQ and the Learning Center.
Thanks, relache, your answer led me to here, http://hubpages.com/learningcenter/Mode … te-Content which answered some of my questions.
I'm looking for something a bit more nuanced, though. Provided both a web site and hub are my own work, do you or others find it necessary to entirely re-write, from scratch, with a different structure, in order to follow HubPages's rules?
I can think of a times when someone might want to publish, say, a short intro essay on a Hub and have people go to one's site for a more in-depth treatment of an issue.
Or I might want to publish one short poem on a Hub and a collection including that poem elsewhere.
by Razatauqeer 7 years ago
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by Jamie Brock 6 years ago
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by blueislandinfo 7 years ago
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by Carolee Samuda 18 months ago
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by al derecho 2 years ago
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by Bronwen Scott-Branagan 5 years ago
I'm sure this has been asked before, but I can't find the answer. If I have written on HubPages am I allowed to publish that hub on another site? I may alter it a little to make it shorter, but it would basically be the same and I'm unsure if this is allowable. Comments, please.
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