What is up with these "Duplicate" alerts?
I have received a Duplicate alert on my article about Jacob and Esau. The article is in my words and the only things I copied word for word was the Bible passages. Everything else was in my own words. It was not even up for an hour before it was put down. Why can't we get moderators to look at these and confirm that they are actual duplicates first?
by Brandon Lobo 5 years ago
Lately there have been plenty of hubs that are totally useless to the hubber community. There's a lot that can be done to make the life of the moderators easier.I just used the hopper again and took a note of the major problematic hubs:Just plan advertisement hubs -- Get rid of them by...
by Raye 9 years ago
So, I've been putting the Hub team's hard work to good use, chasing down some folks who have appropriated content from my hubs without permission.How often do those dupe content scans/alerts update? I'm asking in regards to the fact that I've successfully gotten a few other sites to take down...
by Mary Green 5 months ago
Hi Hubbers,I'd like some help with passing the Quality Assessment Process. Will you please give feedback on my article What Are Superfoods?. What can I do to improve? Thanks!Oh by the way...My Hub was featured until I received two emails from "moderators" with suggestions on how to...
by Mark Ewbie 5 years ago
Can anyone explain to me why my recently published, advert moderated and now unpublished page has been moderated?Here's the link if anyone can Google cache it or whatever you do.http://markewbie.hubpages.com/hub/The-Writing-Hand-JobI do not copy anything. Most of my ideas, if cliched and...
by LiamBean 7 years ago
I have an information hub called "Stemming the Problem of Premature Ejaculation." Apparently someone decided that I need to change the title because of the word "ejaculation." What is this?!I know some adults who don't know what that word means. Is someone offended? This is an...
by Liz Elias 3 weeks ago
Hypothetically, suppose I made a longish comment on a Facebook post, and subsequently decided it would behold material for a GO article. Would I then end up getting dinged on the "duplicate content" trap?(Considering it would amount only to about a paragraph of the entire final article.)
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