What is HubPages policy regarding publishing hubs that are written by a guest writer?
Not to wrangle anyone's feathers but I'm not sure how they would know. Would the style of writing be that different?
I've come across a few hubbers where the hub starts out saying "Guest Writer....(name listed)" and the complete article is by another person.
Welcome guest writer, D... H.... You'll find some tips on keeping.... Check the end of the article to know about our guest writer.
Just curious, I didn't know this was an option.
I've seen crowdsourcing requests for writing projects being clear that the article will be used on Hubpages or the person's blog without attribution. And in those cases, the article gets used on the person's blog or Hub with the poster's name.
Writer was paid to ghost write and knew it up front. And Hubpages doesn't care as long as the content is unique.
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