Welcome to HP Translating a existing copy of a written work would be akin to duplication aka, copying and is a big no no. You can use the information and rewrite in your own words, the Urdu script. Not sure if I answered your question, it's rather vague.
by Nathan Bernardo 5 days ago
There was a comment on one of my articles that was basically a complaint that I hadn't answered questions on the article. I used to answer every question on that article but it gets so many questions and I have no time to keep answering questions. Just curious how important is it to answer people's...
by Samantha Cubbison 6 hours ago
It's time to share your knowledge and expertise with Article Q&A! Some of you may have already noticed this feature appearing on select articles over the past few months. Our most recent update enables it to be utilized on all articles that have been moved to our Network Sites! Article Q&A...
by Elayne 9 years ago
Yeah, I know - this is my second duplicate that I tried to put up - but the thing is, there is no way I would try to promote what the article is about. I was only trying to be thorough so I got a video, links, amazon products related to the subject etc. I'm not sure why it says it is a duplicate...
by Dolores Monet 5 weeks ago
I have noticed that most of the questions I get are from one article. Those questions are piling up. Most are very specific and can not be answered by reading the article. That being said, do too many questions attached to one article hurt that article? I feel like too many comments dragged an...
by Natalie Frank 8 months ago
Quick questions on new Q & A:First, I'm just curious about on average how long people's responses are. We've talked about making answers longer for quality and ranking purposes but I am not writing most as anything close to as long as a hub.Second, in regards to length - if I do write an...
by Frank P. Crane 6 years ago
Are hubs monitored for proper use of the English language?I have been reading some very awkwardly worded hubs lately. Syntax is weird and grammar is horrible. I know we have some hubbers whose first language is not English. I accept that and admire them for writing on HubPages. The hubs I...
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