I was told that my hub was a duplicate. I have added lots more new info, what else can I do?
I write a lot of hubs based on research and find I get dinged for duplicate content if I use too many direct quotes even though I always give attribution to the source. I usually have to go back and put the essence of the quote into my own words. I hate to do this because I think it devalues the facts, but I don't know of another way around it.
by Contrive I.T. 4 years ago
I'm getting a message saying that my hub contains duplicate content. However, I have run the content through copyscape and plagspotter. Copyscape come up with 0%. Plagspotter comes up with 67% but the content that is duplicate is content which is added to my hub via the HP system. ie: "All...
by Don A. Hoglund 7 years ago
Some time ago I published a hub titled Judge Hatch which I was told I could not do because it...was previously published in a student magazine. I was told to make substantial changes.The hub was made up of a portion of a longer story which I thought would be OK if I published it. However I had to...
by Bill De Giulio 6 years ago
Can someone help me out with this. I submitted a Hub yesterday morning and a few hours later it was unpublished and marked as Duplicate Content. I've done some research on this and I don't see how this can be? I only publish here on HubPages so I'm confused as to how my content...
by Novel Treasure 5 years ago
Is it possible to allow one decimal place in the nutritional info? I feel misleading when I round up or down. Just a thought. Thanks!
by Peeples 6 years ago
Can I paste info from a hub to my blog?Or will that then make my hub a duplicate? I would like to take a couple paragraphs from my hub to copy onto my blog.
by Tall Clovers 3 years ago
I've rewriiten a HubPages Story after receiving a duplicate post warning. I received another "duplicate post" message. It's not a duplicate post. The new version is almost all new. The only thing I didn't change was the summary and title. What can I do? Is there anyone at Hubpages who can...
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