I want to promote my Hubs by using the summary created in hubs and using the title I have on my hub.. the link on my blog will go directly to my Hub pages site. I am anxious to create more hubs and I want to stay in compliance.. Thank You
Cags has got a point about same content, but I think what you are looking for is your RSS feed.
You can find it underneath your profile pic on your profile page.
I wouldn't use the exact same summary or even an exact same title? Anything that you could put up anywhere could be seen as duplicate and be harmful.
It would be best to create a similar title and then creatively write a 300 word post which leads back to your hub. I have several blogs, if you would like to check out what I mean.
Ray I noticed that you can connect your blog to your post any issue? I do understand what you are saying and I will approach the connections in that manor are you getting any referral to Hub pages by using that technique?
Please do not use the term "blog" when referring to a Hub Page. They are not the same. I connected my Blog and Blog posts to my hubs.
I get readers if that's what you mean. I don't write on Hubpages to get referrals. I don't recruit people to Hubpages.
Yes, you can the post name of your blog in your profile. Use the 'Edit' mode and 'link' button, add your blog, save and it'll be a live link to your blog. Other sites, you can use to point to your Hubpage profile or article
Clarification on the same topic:
We have this "Blog this" option in the "Share" button at the bottom of your Hub. When you click on the "Blog this" option, it logs into your blogger account, automatically provides a link to your hub with the Title included and prompts with the content text box. I find it easier to copy and paste the summary content in the blogger text box.
This way I have promoted couple of my hubs through my blog site. Till now I have not been flagged for duplicate content.
Will this construe a violation or is it ok to promote your hubs this way.
Thanks for all the help.
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