How do I get my own writing republished after it is marked as a duplicate?
I also posted material from my own blog onto hubpages. It was flagged as a duplicate and is no longer published. What do I do to get it republished?
Maybe this will help. Read up the FAQ section on moderated hubs http://hubpages.com/faq/ and you would be able to correct them. I also get this address for my hubs but the problem is not the same. My hubs are marked like substandard. Blog material must be unique and you cant published anywhere else. Just the same is with hubs. Look the address I hope you will find something. Good luck!
You should modify little bit before publishing that here on hubpages. Add 1 or 2 new paragraphs, toggle the sequence of paragraphs, thats it
Just because it has been marked as a "Duplicate" does not mean that it is "Unpublished" it only means that it appears either in part or in full somewhere else. I have two maked duplicate but people still read them and comment.
If you have submitted this blog only on the hub pages and not else where submitted then and then your blog is called as genuine once...
My blog on the needham-laser had never gone in the duplicated because i use the genuine blog content for it....
I think your blog is submitted by others in any blogging sites..
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