after created my own article hubpage say this is duplicate article without any proof. i have created this article. there is no copyright from other site.article name "Biography of anushka sharma..". and noone can say this is an copyright article. my article is not duplicate article, but your way of thinking is copyright. i cannot generate any single money from your site. you are totally fake.your site is totally fake.if you don't pay not single money why i suppose yo work in your site.
An automated tool found a lot of the sentences you used appear on other sites. If that upsets you this much, hubpages may not be for you.
this is my own article, i have written this article.hubpage can proof it that this is my duplicate article.
Did you write it somewhere else first? If so, you can't publish something on HP that you already published somewhere else.
no i didn't published it anywhere, it seems to me that hubpage don't want to pay any money to the user though we work hardly to produce article.
Hubpages is not going to pay you anything for the article. They are only going to make money if the article is published and you start getting page views. As psycheskinner points out, if you are this angry and rude over this matter then writing on someone elses web site is not for you.
Why do you not start a blog? You can publish what you want and no one is going to comment on your English, or lack thereof.
why should not i angry? there is strong reason behind it, my article is original, and i didn't copy from other's article or website. but they say that my article is not published, if they think this one is copyright they have to proof it that this one is copyright, if they proof it that this content is copyright content, then i will leave from this site without making any comment.
Even if your article is not a duplicate, if it is written in English similar to what you have put in this forum post, I can see why it was rejected.
Firstly, you should check your spelling and grammar, then worry about duplicates...
I checked my article and grammar, this is absolutely right, you are not facing any kind of trouble because of you are receiving money from them, but after publishing my original article they say that this one is not published, i didn't make any mistake over there. my opinion is this site is fake.
This happened to me once when I had also posted the same material on my Google + page. So, I deleted the Google + comment then re-submitted. After it was published I simply posted a link in my Google + page. You might contact support, they are the ones who pointed that out to me. Good luck!
This is some how funny, but ist is also serious.
I had not made any dine onmy blog or hubpages either.
I was trying to create ads. on my blog after my AdSense account is aproved, and find the process cumbersome. Inactivity over a year made Google cancel my AdSense account. Now, I want to move again.
Hi Anjan, I agreed with Dr. Mark. Start a blog. You can have AdSense ads post on it and earn money.
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