I wish to know if a hubber is allowed to publish his published hubs on other publishing sites to earn from those sites? I think this shouldn't be a problem as the hubber is vested with the right to the hub as his own.
Am I right in my presumption?
Comments invited please from fellow hubbers.
Hi ragan, I am newer but my understanding is that this is frowned upon and you will get a notice from the hub-gods and a content warning. There is no duplicating. The article can be posted in other places online if it is significantly changed. I can't tell you how much it needs to be changed or what the hubpages standard is as to how different the articles need to be. You can play with it and see if it gets "tagged" but you can get dropped from hubpages if they determine you are breaking hubpages law.
Nope! Google sees it as duplicate content which is frowned upon these days.
That is a good question. I don't think you can, any article for hubpages is solely for their site, helping attract traffic and new comers board on the hub train. I think this is under the tos part of the rules.
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