Hi, I just got an e-mail earlier from the above, i can't say it again as it's Dutch! and they want to put one of my hubs on their on-line paranormal site, but keep a link to my page to show that it is mine? has anybody else had this before, and should I trust it? thanks for your help. I am new to all this! I looked at it and it looks fine, you can click on translate when you get to the page, any help would be appreciated, I'll check all answers tomorrow as going to bed, it's half one in the morning! thanks again Yawn Nell
grens wetenschap means 'cutting-edge science' or something like that.
Do not let them publish your hub! That is called "duplicate content". HubPages doesn't like it, and neither does Google. Either write a different version of it for them and link back to your original hub, or allow them to write a brief summary and link back to you.
While I would ask them to not publish the Hub, you can say it is alright to publish a snippet of say, 300 words, and tehn link to your hub to read teh rest.
This is a simple way to get backlinks, traffic, and interest in your website!
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