Is it ok to copy and put the same hub on another site?
First put the content over here, then on your personal website? I think there shouldn't be any issue
Part of your agreement with Hubpages is that any content you publish here is original and not anywhere else on the web. You can link to your hubpages articles on your personal website and provide a short summary but you cannot duplicate the content or you will be penalized here.
nochance is exactly right. Duplicate content is not allowed. You can cross promote, or I even put the HP widget on my websites to display my hub titles there.
Duplicate content hurts you ultimately. Google doesn't like it, and will penalize sites that have duplicates, so it wouldn't benefit you anyway.
Duplicate content is not allowed on other websites. However to re-purpose as I understand it, the only exception is the content can be placed in an ebook or printed book. Kindle books are not published on the web and the creator owns the rights.
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by Bronwen Scott-Branagan 5 years ago
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by DeeBee3 8 years ago
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by Wesman Todd Shaw 6 years ago
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