It is considered a copy, if I type the same hub on other sites, but in different language? For example: write in Portuguese in "pt Shvoong".
The determination of whether there is a copy is made by computers calculating the percentage of repeat words. A translation would probably come out as an original.
by Carrie Peterson23 months ago
So .... I was just flagged for a hub I wrote last night. It was flagged as a duplicate.I didn't even cite anything in this hub. I quoted a bunch of stuff in my Anaconda piece and none of it was flagged as...
by Barbara Sloan5 years ago
Can you write articles on HubPages in a different language?Are you allowed to write articles on HubPages in a different language? In Spanish or French?
by John Young7 years ago
I want to publish a hub in a different language But how do you publish it?I found Google translate, but how do you publish it in, say German, so they can find it?
by Dave Mathews6 years ago
What If, the serpent had not been able to Con Eve into tasting the fruit of the Tree of Knowledge, of Good and Evil? And, What if Eve had not talked Adam into doing the same thing? What would the outcome be and how...
by Jaye Denman3 years ago
I've spent hours today tracking down a blogger on WordPress who has numerous blogs and stole one of my best hubs. This impacts my traffic and, thus, my earnings capacity. It happens so frequently (and to so many other...
by Wesman Todd Shaw6 years ago
I'm about positive that there is a percentage of text that can be copy/pasted from somewhere...else, but should that percentage be exceeded, then a hub is flagged as "duplicate content."Are we in...
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