I notice that a lot of the successful hubbers also write for redgage, shetoldme and xomba. My question is; do you write different articles for each site or do you simply duplicate the articles?
You write similar topical articles. You do not use the exact same words nor do you copy and paste your articles, because that would be duplicate content and HubPages frowns on it.
Don't duplicate the content fully, trust me. Write one similar or completely from scratch but dont duplicate.
Once you have written about a topic you'll know lots about it. Leave it for a few days, then go to one of those other sites and write about the same broad topic, or very related topic (it depends on how niche you are going). But do this article from scratch, without referring to your hub. If you need to check out any information go back to either your original sources, or do another search on the internet - but do not refer back to your hub. In this way you are really unlikely to create duplicate content.
Hope that helps?
Now I just need to start practising what I preach
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