I just published my content which was written by me (I did not copy from anywhere, Only did the content based on our sales data), but I got email saying it is Duplicate.
How will HubPages determine it as Duplicate Content?
If it is published anywhere else on the internet it will be marked duplicate.
Could it be it's the data? If the data is available widely in the internet, the system might take those into consideration and register them as the duplicate.
Look for a free plagiarism checker online. You can cut and paste the url into that and it will tell you what is a duplicate. You might have to try a few of them until you find it though.
I had one marked thus before. It was something I would have never thought of. After running it, it came up with a quote by a former president that was flagged. I had to have the full content of the quote for the article to make sense, but I never thought that it would come up like that. After it was reviewed then it was allowed. Later, I found a video of the speech and replaced the quote completely just to make sure that Google was happy.
I recommend using a plagiarism checker because I've experienced similar situations. Once I started using the plagiarism checker, the problem stop. You'd be surprised what comes up.
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