hi , I came here today ,i post a hub, but when I pulished it ,i failed ,it said that this hub is similar to work in another site ,but that is my work,i wrote it.so ,can anybody else help me check it? how it can be that .thank you.I am Smily.
This site requires unique content. You can't post your work from one site to another. You have to rewrite it.
Excuse me,i have another question,if i wrote a hub there,and i think it is good ,may i share it to another site?thank you for your reply .
Technically you can post it on another site as it is your own work, however HP prefer if you don't. There's really no point in having two copies of the same thing online anyway - try re-writing it or simply including an intro and linking back to the HP copy.
ok, I see .and I will do as this site require .sorry and thank you very much,sir.
You can post your work from HP on to social bookmarking sites. Check out http://www.stumbleupon.com
You will find helpful information on HubPages and making hubs/pages at the Learning Center which is at the foot of this page.
It is a good idea to check the Learning Center as it will be helpful with advice on the ways you are and are not allowed to promote your hubs and other things like how many outward links you are allowed on hubs. It saves having to rework articles at a later date with things like duplicate content. Also information on forum posting i.e. no self promotion etc. Hope this is useful to you.
If you promote your hubs elsewhere it is a good idea not to put large amounts of duplicate copy from your hub in the other site as that may cause the duplicate problems too.
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