After publishing my hub can I copy it to my website? will it come in "duplicate" category later?
Copying Hubs to your own website will hurt your website. Google now applies penalties to duplicated content too.
Even Hp will not allow you to copy paste your own content to other websites it will come in duplicate category, if you wish to publish on your website then you have to delete the hub from the HP.
Copying published hubs to your own website will make your site go down in Google search as the site has duplicate content.
I do what is called a "tease" wording it a bit differently on my blog and then providing a link to my hub.
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