Any tips on how to prevent getting the duplicate erorr message on your hub, like book reviews for example?
I don't have any quotes in mine. How do you do that, Wilderness?
by Mary Hyatt 3 years ago
I read a Hub where several direct quotes were included. One came from a website, one came from a book. One direct quote was used in the "call out" section but no mention of who said it.I'm wondering if these quotes would be considered duplicate content? I have...
by Dave Mathews 7 years ago
I write Religious Christian Hubs. In total I have published about 130 Religious Hub articles in the Religious section. Each hub I write, is totally, purely, inspired from inspiration provided by God. With the exception of Holy Bible Quotations, every word I write, is my thoughts and words. Recently...
by Liz Elias 4 years ago
Curious--If I were to write a Hub about--and featuring--famous quotations, would the quotes trip the duplicate content warning?
by VendettaVixen 7 years ago
I'm trying to publish a hub of love-themed quotes, but it keeps telling me that it contains duplicate content. But, aren't quotes duplicate content by definition?Any advice on how to get around this problem?Thanks.
by Cindy Murdoch 7 years ago
When you receive a duplicate error on your post, does it mean that it is duplicate to something that is already on hubpages, or something that is already on the web somewhere, or either?
by moonvine 8 years ago
First and foremost, it may take some time for the duplicate warning to clear.Second, the duplicate warning does not necessarily mean the hub violates copyright, so you do have the option to keep it published although the score may be lower;Thirdly, you could create image files containing the...
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