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by Kylyssa Shay2 years ago
Writers, how do you feel about plagiarists and why do you feel that way?As a writer, how do plagiarists make you feel? Do you think it's no big deal if someone steals words and passes them off as their own work, or do...
by Kejanny5 years ago
How can I protect original articles on Hub Pages from plagirism?I would like to protect my articles on Hub Pages so that they are not copied without my permission by lazy bloggers to their sites. How do I do that?
by Kate Swanson3 years ago
I thought this article was very interesting. It's by a blogger who tested long posts vs short ones, and found the longer posts did much better:http://www.quicksprout.com/2012/12/20/t …...
by Daniele M Robbers7 weeks ago
what factors help you decide if a hub is too long? I know different styles of hubs based on topics and what not help determine how long it is going to be. I worry about what is to many words though.
by DK6 years ago
Following a debate with AKA Winston on his forum "If you subtract mankind from existence, what is left?" http://hubpages.com/forum/topic/89816It is clear that the question is not as obvious as it may first...
by LindaSmith13 years ago
Apparently there are those who do not know what plagerism is! But I am sure they know that copying, pasting, maybe spinning an article written by another is not "Original Content." Plagerism is...
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