I wrote a hub about a boy named Jovit Balidivino who sings so well, i didnt intend to earn or anything by that hub and then somebody emailed me and wanted to post it in a blog, what will I say? He said he saw it on the first page on google
I would suggest you tell him only make a blurb and then direct them to Your page. Everything else should be that person's own research and writing.
You should certainly allow a link - he could actually do that with or without your permission, so it's nice of him to ask first.
Just make sure he doesn't copy your actual hub content!
I've come across a few examples of people linking to my hubs as a "reference" in their blog, and I was flattered ;D
as my friend anglnwu taught me "Jia Yu"!!!
you go girl:)))))
thank you to the two of you, MWAAA!
Will I say yes to the request, or can they just post a link to my hub?
that's superb pretty Maita! Well done!
(sorry, did you ask something? )
Finding a new singing artist who is relatively unknown and writing about them can be productive for you. I have done this a couple of times and it helps.
I can always tell when those artists are in the news because my traffic will jump instantly and I do have high ranking for these articles.
I'd ask him to write an alternative blurb - then link back. His repeating your hub makes it duplicate. Congrats though - still great news
whenever somebody wants to link to a hub of mine, I say yes, but if they want to copy my writing and just credit me, I say no. Why work at this if people are just going to take it? A link is best, I think.
Hi, Maita. Just told them to make a link to your Hub. It will be good for you.
The best solution might be to let them reproduce the hub as is as long as they include a canonical tag on their page that shows your version as the canonical version. You get the benefit of every link that points to the other page transferred to yours and there is no problem with dupe content.
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