Yes, you can copy and paste your old articles from blogger to hubpages, but I would recommend taking the blogger posts down for a few days before making the hubs live, so that they don't flag up as copied material...
Also be aware that the blogger interface is quite different, so you would need to do a bit of jiggling to make sure it all transferred into a nice, quality hub
by David Stone 3 years ago
I think I know something about writing articles. I created a new hub yesterday. HubPages took 24 hours before declaring, in one of their mystery messages, that it was of sufficient quality. You know what? It was too good. I deleted it and will now easily place it elsewhere and earn with it.No...
by Audrey Hunt 2 days ago
It's hard to imagine that I've been a writer on Hub Pages for 8 wonderful years. I owe my growth as a writer to many of my Hub Page friends. Loving my Hub Page life!
by HelpMeHarry 6 years ago
I want to promote my Hubs by using the summary created in hubs and using the title I have on my hub.. the link on my blog will go directly to my Hub pages site. I am anxious to create more hubs and I want to stay in compliance.. Thank You ...
by Moon Lightened 6 years ago
How do you incorporate your hub pages with your blog and vice versa......without setting off "duplicate content" problems?
by Thomas Byers 10 years ago
You may ask yourself , what is sticky? It is anything that makes your Hub stick in the mind of your surfer. 1. If you spend a lot of time creating a great hub always some where on it encourage the person to bookmark your Hub Page. Tell them to push CTRL +D to bookmark your page. It can be that...
by Call Writer 8 years ago
I want to include recent blog posts from a WordPress blog and have them update on my Hub Page. Is this possible?Thanks
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