A quick question, that I should know the answer to. Can I post same article on a different site therefore having 2 different urls for same article?
Syndicated articles are duplicated on hundreds of sites. The thing is the site with the most authority will rank for that article. To post the same article on two different sites will depend on what your trying to accomplish. It won't hurt anything, but it won't help anything unless those sites provide traffic.
No you cannot have same article on different websites as hubpages doesn't allow the copy content but some websites allow that but hubpages doesn't allow
Hub Pages likes original content.
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Duplicate content is penalised. If you wanted to have a SIMILAR article elsewhere, that is fine as long as it has been changed significantly. No copying and pasting!
When I made an enquiry, Hubpages told me, once an original content is published on this site it can be republished only after a minimum 10 days. Else it may be marked 'duplicate'. it will not affect the revenue. But hubscore will be affected.
I published original content on a low ranking site and then re-published the same without any change after a month on a higher ranking site. The latter got better pageviews.
What I'd recommend is linking to the HubPages articles you'd like to showcase in your portfolio from your website, perhaps with an original paragraph summary which could include notes on how much traffic that hub has seen over time, etc...
It's perfectly fine to post duplicate content- so long as you don't link to your personal website copy from your hub- but as you've seen from the responses above, it's best to keep things original on HubPages
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