All three of these people, I'm sure, are actually the same person. Not only have they copied material from free blog sites, they have copied the same material! Also, they all each say they're Sharon or Sandy (the "Sandy" uses the same avatar as one of the "Sharons" and one of the "Sharons" has "Sandy" in the hubber name) from Alaska, so it's obvious they're the same person. All of her hubs are copied content.
I think as per the Rules of Hubpages creating duplicate id is allowed...Nothing wrong in creating duplicate id..
But, posting same content in every account is duplication+spamming! Didn't you get what KT pdx was saying?
Hai Weblog.. I think you have not understood properly ..
KT pdx says..
1) All the three persons are same - allowed
2) They are copying from other blogs - spam
3) They are not posting the page in all the three id's..
I have commented only about three id's.. and not about their content..
I didn't even know you could have multiple ID's why would a person do that? mmmm..more Google residual and copied content is a no-no.Thanks for the heads up and the names.
I have a question about this topic,if I write my hub on paper,and upload it to Hubpages,and my own socail network site,is that a problem?
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