Hello. This was my first hub and based on a very personal experience. I dont understand how it can be edited in any way, it does'nt have any researched facts or stats, its just a feeling. How do I tell them that its nothing duplicate....
If you have not published this hub on any other site, e mail the team at hubpages and tell them
You may want to read the FAQ's ..purely personal content is also not acceptable at HP
read this and the whole section below it to understand what is wrong with your hub. http://hubpages.com/faq/#what_is_allowed
You can generalize your personal experience and talk about how to handle such situations or make it generally useful to others so that your hub is not moderated for being substandard or purely personal.
As sofs mentioned, a hub that is purely personal and judged to be of no interest to anyone except your family and people who know you will be unpublished.
Hey. Thanks guys for taking the time. Well no, it hasnt been rejected due topurely personal content, its not that kind, its more of an inspiration, and everybody can learn from it. It was published initially, but was unpublished asking me to make some changes in it and apply for republishing cuz they say its content matches other pages on this site. I do believe there may be her hubs of a similar nature in some way, but i dont see ho i can make changes o this one. Would it be considered if i apply for publishing again as is....?
It's already published here: http://chillibreeze.in/rate-articles-ge … needed-it/
Basically, duplicate content is reposting material (even if you own the rights to it) that has previously been posted anywhere else on the internet.
The only way you could post that hub again is if you take down the original copy and wait for it to be cleared from the Google cache.
oh ok...alright. I dint think it could be a problem if it were posted there too. thanks a tonne... i get it now
That was a really cool story (I read it at the other site that someone posted) very inspiring! You're a really good writer, it would be cool to see some of your stuff here on HubPages (so I can comment on it and rate it up .)
The rule is one site per article (because of how Google handles things.) It's a bummer, but you're a fantastic writer so I'm sure you've got a ton of great stuff that you've not yet gotten onto paper... err text field.
I can't wait to read your next hub!
If you need any help getting started, check out the learning center... it always helps me out when I'm unsure of something!
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