....in the context of the network sites editorial policy?
Does it mean taking an original approach to getting an idea across? Or maybe original means serving up material not covered elsewhere? If I write a math guide on a topic that's been covered elsewhere, is that original content?
"Original content" just means you wrote that particular sequence and combination of words first. And no matter what one writes these days, it's guaranteed there are already competing articles out there on the same topic.
by Kate Swanson 10 years ago
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by Chuck Bluestein 8 years ago
There is one website that only accepts original articles. But after they publish it, they allow you to publish it elsewhere. On HubPages, after you write an original article, can you later publish it elsewhwere?I already read the FAQ about who owns the copyright.
by Adam Harkus 3 years ago
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by healingone 8 years ago
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by Nathan Bernardo 6 years ago
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by T Clovers 4 years ago
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