Recently I made an account on Medium. Medium has an important content feature, but I presume that it is not allowed to import my articles from Hubpages itself, since that would be a duplicate article, or am I incorrect in such regards?
However, my articles which are translated and posted elsewhere should be fine to post there in the respective language section, would that not be the case? I had seen it posted previously that translated articles didn't fall under Hubpage's duplicate content rules, but I wanted to make sure before posting anything to another large site.
HP technically does not allow you to post content here that has already been published elsewhere. As far as I know, you are free to post your published work on other platforms. But that has negative effects on your work and no one in their right mind would want to do this, if they want someone to read their work.
Regarding the translated copy, again, search engines are smart enough to detect this, and unless the two copies point to each other with language tags in the <head> section of the page, this is going to have the same effect as copying your content in English from one website to another.
So, as a professional opinion (SEO), I would suggest you refrain from doing this.
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