Is it safe to post your poems on hub pages without being plagiarized?
Always put you name, a copyright symbol and the date on each work published. There is a mechanical copyright law protecting your work. The date of publishing in a public domain proves its your work. Anyone that uses your work after that can be sued.
Anything you write has an automatic copyright on it. Even a love letter to a friend or girlfriend. Hubpages for one is a site that allows tou to put your written work on the site for others to see. Thus noone else can copy your stuff once it is written and published.
Having said that you can't copyright somethiing like 'a red balloon' or 'my sore knee' because they are too common. Anything you write that is completely original cannot be legally reproduced in the exact same form
This is a good question. Make sure it if posting it makes it protected that it still belongs to you, and not HubPages, if you intend to sell it elsewhere later. With as much stuff is on here though I doubt that would be an issue.
by Liz Elias 5 years ago
There is a hub on here that has William Wordsworth's poem, "I wandered lonely as a cloud...."published without any credit to the original author, without comment or text backup, such as a review, or commentary on why the Hubber likes the poem; it is simply published as a stand-alone...
by Cheri Taylor 8 years ago
Should I Pull my poems from my hub that will be published in a book???Is there any law on that??
by Missy 3 years ago
I posted this hub about MOPS a few days ago: http://thatmommyblogger.hubpages.com/hu … S-Meeting. It took me hours to write, and I wrote it about a very personal topic. There is no chance that I plagiarized it, and I did not post it on any other site.I'm getting a duplicate...
by Keneisha 4 years ago
If I post my poems on here is that considered being published?
by Glenn Stok 5 years ago
Google has always been good at deleting plagiarized content that was posted on blogspot.com, which is hosted by Google.But now I have a problem... When a hub is chosen for Editor's Choice the URL is changed since it's moved to HubPages' top domain. One of my EC hubs was stolen and posted in...
by Kate Swanson 4 years ago
I realize we're lucky that HubPages invests money in checking some Hubs for plagiarized copies, when it's not their responsibility - so perhaps I shouldn't look a gift horse in the mouth! However, it would be great if there was a feature by which we could hide the copyright symbol once...
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