That'd be cool...I would put out a yearly book on reviews for movies and such.
No, any content published at Hubpages is not allowed to be published elsewhere. However, I have compiled several of my hubs into an ebook, edited it heavily and then published it.
Off course we can publish our content on hubpages like PDF formats etc or to upload pictures of the content after scanning.
I thought you have to de publish here on HP wait a few dys then you can publish somewhere else but this question is answered I think in the FAQ section too...
I've just checked on the forums.
Paul Edmondson (the current CEO and founder of Hubpages) says yes you can, as you own the content. And there's no need to take it down here, either.
So there is the definitive answer to your question.
I would only add that if you intend to sell the eBook then it might be more ethical to at least point out clearly that the same material is available free here, or take it down first before publishing elsewhere.
Hope that helps.
Well done. What a crowd of neurotics have answered the question incorrectly.
I used some stuff that I had published on HP and added to them and published on Kindle. I took down the hubs as that wouldn't be fair to HP
This is true, you're free to publish it elsewhere ebooks, magazines etc. But, it should not be crawled by search engines in anyway. I mean you're not allowed to post on your sites as it would be termed duplicate content. An e-book is fine though
Yes, I can. What are you talking about, my friend? That's my work. So, I have every right in the world to do whatever I want with it.
Yes. Hubpages are good about that. Some sites won´t allow it, but Hubpages recognise that YOU still own the copyright of your work on Hubpages
I tried this one time a while back after doing some heavy editing, but I really didn't have much luck with E-books.
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