Write about topics that you are passionate about, and provide your own pictures. This will give you a unique style of your own which will keep you from duplicating the work of others. Here is a helpful link which provides other links through the HubPages. http://swilliams.hubpages.com/video/How … atured-Hub
If you really want to write unique and plagiarism free hub then do not allow these fear of duplications to originate in your mind as every writer have their own unique way of viewing any topic or subject and every writer have their own voice of writing, which has developed through their experiences of personal and social life.
While writing on any topic, you should think of the content in your personal way and try to make it as simple as you can and keep the artificial professionalism which you have gained through reading the work of other successful writers aside as this will be the lead reason that will make your writing look as dublication of other work.
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