because a large portion has been detected on another page. I only posted it once here. has someone therefore copied it? how can i find out?
I couldn't find any copies when I looked for you before
To do a search for copies just copy a portion of the text, (a couple of sentences should be enough), paste it into google's search box in "quotes" and hit enter. Any exact copies should show up.
I'd email firstname.lastname@example.org and ask them to take a look as well. Sometimes the duplicate filter can be a tad over sensitive.
Have you posted any of the content anywhere else online? HubPages will consider it duplicate content if so.
BTW On one of your hubs you need to load the code for the youtube into a video capsule as they are outward links at the moment where as you could have the video displaying on the page. Maybe the link is tripping the duplicate issue? Just a thought.
This has happened to some of my pages before and I hadn't copied anything. I emailed hubpages and most of the pages were cleared without me making any changes.
So since you didn't copy it, I would try this route first.
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