im new here and ive been writing hubs for a little over a week now. iv written two hubs so far but i have lots of ideas. i just wanted to stop in and ask for some advice about writing for hubpages.com as i am new to this whole writing online thing.
thank you for replying
You can ask for specific advice in the Extreme Hub Makeover forum but since you have two hubs, I'll comment on them so far.
The content that you have placed in your hubs is also available elsewhere on the web. As soon as HubPages detects that it'll flag them for duplicate content because HubPages wants original content. You need to write new articles for HubPages ideally if you want to do well here. The content that you provide seems good but it is not unique on the internet. It does not matter whether you've written it yourself and also placed it here on HubPages; copied means copied.
Also it is blatantly obvious that danatheteacher is supporting you by giving positive comments and feedback.
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