When I update my blog with new hubs redgage automatically adds it as content. Does this mean that if I add a hub to redgage as a link as well as a blog entry I will get TOSed?
I don't think it will go against the TOS agreements since any link you put on RedGage to your hub, will go to hub pages. I have links posted on RedGage to hub pages and they go right to my hubs. I don't have a blog, so I don't know if that make a difference. I hope this helps a little. I also think Hub Pages appreciates the traffic you bring through RedGage.
Oh Dear - what's a TOS? (I expect if I re-read all the terms and conditions I could find the answer myself!) Guess from context that it is double-linking?
TOS= Terms of Service
Doesn't redgage just take a sample of text?
A small segment of text from your hub will appear in the avatar box if you do not upload a photo. For a blurb to appear below the title of your hub that is linked, you must type in a description. I suggest that you do not cut and paste the text, as this can cause duplicate content flags.
I do not think it would matter. RedGage is updating your blog? If that is the case, then it would make sense that you would only have to do less work and nothing else.
Just my thought.
I believe that you if you blog with different content than in the link, it will not be against TOS. From what I understand,
you can write a blog on the hub content, without duplicating the hub content. Within the blog, you can provide a hyperlink to your specific hub. What you are now doing, by uploading a link, can still be done. If you do both, you will provide the reader with two methods of accessing your hubs through RedGage. If, anyone, I am wrong, please correct me.
TOS = Terms of Service
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