Good day to all. I'm Bella and very new to this site. I submitted my very first article here and just today, I recieved an email that my article was selected for a Hubpages Network site. I just wanted to know what will happen next? Does it mean that I'm now not allowed to published it to elsewhere? Thank you.
What you write here is your own work.
You can do with it what you want.
Being printed on the Network site is good, but it is still your work.
Congratulations, Bella. And, welcome to hubpages. The article is still yours under the copy right regulation. Critically, articles on network sites gain more traffic and earn more. But lately, this is no longer guaranted. But before you publish the same article elsewhere, there's a process called adding a canonical link, to the same article being publish elsewhere. I don't know how it's done. But I hope those familiar with the method chirp in. Thanks.
I see. I wanna know more about it. Thanks for the reply. I hope someone here can explain it to me like I'm five haha
A lady here by name theragedege, will explain the practical realities to you, when she got wind of it any time here in the forum. Hope she dives in soon. Thanks.
Welcome, Bella and congratulations on landing a niche site right off the bat!
I'm reading your article and have a question: What is an INFJ?
INFJ stands for Introverted Intuitive Feeling and Judging. It's one of the 16 personality types.
Interesting that "judging" follows introverted, intuitive, and feeling. I'd love to learn more about the sixteen personality types.
I found this :
An Advocate (INFJ) is someone with the Introverted, Intuitive, Feeling, and Judging personality traits. They tend to approach life with deep thoughtfulness and imagination. Their inner vision, personal values, and a quiet, principled version of humanism guide them in all things.
Congrats, and welcome to HubPages :-)
Your article is excellent. You show and explain the qualities quite well.
It sounds like a great person to have in your corner.
I enjoyed reading your article, Bella. Very Interesting article.
When you publish an article on Hubpages, as soon as it passes the QAP process, it is queued to be manually checked by editors, which means "a human eye." If the editor likes your article and believes it is appropriate for the network site, they will move it. Otherwise, you can submit your articles to the network site every 14 days manually. Network sites can help you get more traffic, and most of the content you'll discover on niche sites is of good quality. Please note that you are not permitted to publish your article elsewhere on the internet until it is published on HP.
If you want to publish it elsewhere, you must first delete it from Hubpages to avoid duplication. However, you can publish your HP article on Medium by including a chronological link. You cannot also publish any of your work on HP that has already been published on another site. It causes duplication, and the system will un-publish your article from HP as soon as it finds it elsewhere on the web. Hope it answers your question.
Best wishes and Welcome to HubPages!
Thanks for the time to write this Misbah. You explained it very well. Guess I'm gonna publish it on my Medium and Quora including the site link to gain more traffic.
My pleasure! You can also share your articles on Pinterest and Facebook directly from the editing mode of the hub.
Even in published mode, you will be able to see the "Pin it" option when you move the cursor over the image you want to pin from your article. Alternatively, you can also share it on Twitter. I wish you the best of luck!
Once you have published here, you can publish it anywhere you like. You don't need to delete it from HubPages. You will see a copyright notification on the stats page, but that's not a problem unless someone else has stolen it.
However, you can't publish elsewhere first. All HP material must be original. Think of it as HP requiring First Publication Rights.
Medium gives you the opportunity to set a canonical link, which tells search engines that the original sits on HP and produces that as the result in search engines (doesn't always work though). You'll find more about it by looking at the Advanced settings on the Medium article itself.
If you are republishing the article on Medium within a short time of publishing it here, you can simply import it into Medium. However, if it has been weeks or months then know that importing will cause the article to carry the original publish date. I prefer to re-edit and republish manually.
Hope that helps.
Thanks Bev, for wading in and enlightening us.
That's impressive. Welcome aboard.
You can submit your article (published on Hubpages and it's Networks) anywhere else, online or in print. They don't have any hard feelings in such a case.
However, Hubpages discourages submission of articles that were created somewhere else. They only accept original works.
I did forget one thing that has been explained by Bev. When you publish an article on another site that's been published on Hubpages, you'll receive a warning notification of duplication. You will ignore it because the original work was published on Hubpages.
If you article was stolen by someone else, you also don't need to fret. You won't be penalised or warned against infringing someone else' work. You can use Hubpage's copyright infringement form to content the 'thief' or contact the company that hosts their site.
Okay Ben. I'll try any one of my publish articles on Google's Blogger, and see result. Thanks.
That's what I do. I submit or publish some of my articles on other sites (that accept published work) and on my blog.
Even so, make some changes, particularly in the introductory paragraph, and if possible, the title.
I've never published any of my HP articles anywhere else online, except on Medium, because I always thought HP would give me a warning for duplication. Thanks, Bev and Ben, for the helpful responses.
I put HP stuff on Vocal.Media as well. It’s not as promising as Medium, but it doesn’t hurt. You just have to put at the end of the article a link to the original HP, and if Vocal.Media ever sends you a note that what you wrote was plagiarized you can email them and explain the situation… and they’ll accept the story then.
'You have to put at the end of the article a link to the original hubpages,'... My question is: is the link a writer insert at the end of the article at another site pratically the so-called 'canonical link'? Thank you.
No, it isn't. A canonical link tells search engines to disregard the current (non HP) page in search results.
As, for example, Medium income is based on internal traffic, for an article to appear in search results is not so important. Therefore, it is better for Google and co to send external traffic to HP.
A plain link at the end of a piece won't fulfil that function.
Bev, thanks for the input, and especially the link. It's a study.
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