Why does my original writing have that it is a duplicate. Why is the warning appearing?
what do they mean by duplicate, I posted my original essay. It is mine. Why are they saying it is a duplicate?
This is only one of the idiosyncrasies of Hubpages. Don't go looking for any rhyme or reason. And, brace yourself for more of it
Have you posted the same piece or parts of it elsewhere online? I wrote for two sites and early on tried to copy relevant material from one site to a Hubpages article. I received this message even though it was my material, which seemed unfair. I reworked the information and those messages disappeared.
Sharing is I did discover I had duplicated my own work in one hub into another hub. Yes, the first was original to me and yes I repeated my own personal work, however the 'web or internet' governed by web browser sees that mechanically as a duplication of content.
Also, I realized once I had republished something I had long forgot I had published. With a little work discovered I had published a poem I tried to publish at Hubpages some ten years earlie at a chat site I was frequently. That poem still resided at that chat site, therefore I was duplicating an original published work.I am not sure if that helps or not, though those two were from personal experience.
by thomasczech 5 years ago
Why does my hub keep saying it is a duplicate? It is my work. I even made many changes many times.I deleted it, rewrote it and tried to publish it again, after having made many changes. Still it says duplicate. It should not say this. It is my work.
by Brett A Rogers 4 years ago
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by Hub Star 3 years ago
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by snehamadhuri 9 years ago
i have a blog from there i am copying content and pasting here , then in my account tab it is showing that it is a duplicate hub so is there any problem exists because of this duplicate hubs
by Zubair Ahmed 7 years ago
Is there anyway that a feature can be added to Hubpages that identifies where in a hub it thinks there is an instance of duplication.I recently published a hub which was identified as duplicate, I spent hours researching the topic and typing it up, once published in hub pages it was flagged as...
by Naomi Grindlay 2 years ago
In February 2012 I wrote an original article on "How to set up an oil painting studio" ssifineartstudio.com/2012/02/22/how-to-set-up-an-oil-painting-studio/ I decided to share my article here on Hubpages and got a duplicate warning??? How is this possible? Unless someone has duplicated my...
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