is it alright to submit my hubs to other places? for example, to a magazine?
Though i am not sure of any copyright issues with hubpages. ..Most probably You can.
BUT only your own original ones will be better to sumbit & take care of images too.
In case of mags, royalty free or free images only
Hope that helps
You have to check with the magazine first. They might want first rights to any articles they publish.
I submit my articles to another website too, and hubpages tends to flag my page as "duplicate", but they let me post it.
by Tina 8 years ago
How to submit one of your hubpage articles to a magazine or online magazineSorry if you already wrote a hub about it.. I just couldn't find it!!
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Hopefully people know what I'm talking about. Hubs that wouldn't look out of place in a magazine. A mix of entertaining, educational, informational and not straying from the point.Have you written many?
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