Can I post my HubPages articles on my blog? Is that permitted?
There are strong rules here about duplicate content. I believe if you post the articles here first, you can post them on your blog. But why would you? You will lose money you could be making as more people will see your work here, unless you get a huge amount of traffic on your blog.
Thank you for the reply, Jean Bakula. I was just thinking whether it is possible to write content in different places and synchronize them.
Yes, Jean has it right. Synchronizing by copying is not really synchronizing, it's duplication. Writing-related content and linking would be a better way to go about it. Also, the lin on the HP article needs to be related and provide value to the reader, else it will get snipped. Good luck.
That is really useful information for me. I will go for writing related content and linking. Never thought about it that way. Thank you for the great writing tip, lobobrandon. regards.
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