If I rewrite a hub as an ebook, can I leave the hub online?
There are a few of my hubs which I would like to rewrite as ebooks to sell on my web site or the Amazon Kindle store. The rewrites would be significantly longer than the original articles, but would still likely contain blocks of text identical to the Hub versions. Would identical sections be enough to require that my Hubs be unpublished?
I believe so, as long as you hold the rights to the ebook.
maybe you should write to hubpages to check tho I think it should be fine
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