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If anyone republish my Hubs to their website with giving Credit link to my Hubs then What can I do for that and What help hubpages.com can do for me or hubs republishing allows if re-publisher gives link credit to hub.
Hubs republishing allows to other sites allows or not.
It is not allowed without your permission. You need to ask the other site to take the copy of your hub down, possibly file a DMCA complaint. HubPages cannot really help you with that.
If you wrote it - You own it.. so you can do whatever you like!
If you don't want your work elsewhere and they steal it - without your permission - with or without a link back to you - you can demand it taken down. Effectively they are Redirecting YOUR Traffic anyway.. so consider that when you have them remove your work and it's incoming link.
Really they are like Fleas on Dog and rarely contribute to your success... so file your DMCA and keep your work exclusive. Check out the learning center here!
You are not allowed to have hubs published elsewhere it is called duplicate content. Nor to copy information from other people's writing and publish it here or elsewhere. If they just post a link to your hub pages articles then that is OK.
I must congratulate you on your editing as your hubs are of a much higher standard of writing than your post here.
Does this mean you cannot republish your own work from your own hub else where is this called duplicate when you own the copy right. even when you use a different pen name.
HubPages can only control duplicate content by unpublishing hubs that were first published on other sites, then published here. HubPages cannot prevent Hubbers or others from posting hubs on other sites, subsequently, nor do they penalize it. But from a business point of view, original content is best.
by nightwork47 years ago
Can we get back hubs that hubpages have removed to use elsewhere?recently , i've had at least 5 hubs removed due to new rules, can I get them back to use on a different site?
by Ben Guinter5 years ago
So far, thanks to the Idle hubs "feature", I have had my second month in a row where I haven't earned $50 through the HP Ad program... and these are the only 2 times, out of the history of me using HP Ads,...
by Rupert Taylor14 months ago
HP tells me my article Guns for Children has been stolen by a website called Brutalist Press. The offending website says it is "copied" by someone called Helga Dagmar. HP offers advice on what to do but most...
by CamilleGizzarelli5 years ago
As HubPages is strict as to only having content on their pages, I wonder if we are able to take the hubs (of which we own the content) and compile for a book or ebook?I look forward to hearing from other hubbers!
by Brian5 years ago
I just returned to the site to find that 6 of my hubs have been unpublished. Not happy.
by Kylyssa Shay2 years ago
The focus of HP has turned to the niche sites. Editing services will only be used on hubs being considered for the several new niche domains for the foreseeable future. The niche topics chosen for the next year or so...
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