I recently wrote a hub and got a duplicate warning. As my hub was based on a number of questions written in a Google employee blog, I'm assuming that is what brought up the warning.
-> link to the blog post with the questions I used. http://googlewebmastercentral.blogspot. … ality.html
Since I can't really write my hub without using the questions, I can't rewrite them to lift the warning.
Is there any way I can get a free pass, or should I just give up on the hub?
To reiterate, 90% of this hub is written by me, I just used 20 or so questions from a google employee blog post to analyze them for my hub.
If that's the only part that's been duplicated - and you haven't copied the entire Hub onto another site elsewhere - then please contact team@ and ask them to see if your Hub is eligible for an override.
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