Hey, Hubbers -
There's something from a Facebook note that I am thinking about publishing to HubPages. Would this be allowed if I deleted the FB note? Or would it still be considered duplicated content?
I recommend doing a Google search for snippets of the note to see if there are other copies online. If not, once your note has been removed from Facebook, you can publish here. It may take awhile for the Google cache to be cleared, but if you receive a duplicate warning it should go away soon enough.
by ElleBee 4 years ago
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by Michelle Zunter 3 years ago
If so, did you write post to go with it?
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