I've created a hub to promote my website, is that legal ?
As newbie to hub pages, I copied the text from my main page at my website and put it in my new hub page, the result was that my hub page was unpublished due to the duplicate rule.
Can I still have links pointing to my website from my hub page ? and re-write the description on the hub page so that it looks new and unique ??
Yes, you can have a maximum of two links to your website's domain. You can never post duplicate content. All writing on HP must be original content.
Rewrite the information in such a way that it bears so resemblance to the actual text on your site, using the same sentences or parts of the text may make it show up as duplicate content... you can use two links but frequent linking through all your hubs to the same site may cause problems later.. you can link safely to your website on your profile page without being penalized.
You can link to your website, but if your author score is below 75, your links are nofollow and have no or little meaning with Google while searching.
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