I have a personal blogsite. The posts/articles that I write there, can i post here as a hub at...
the same time?
Posting the same content in more than 1 location can lead to duplicate content issues. Google "duplicate content" for more info.
What will happen is that the Search Engines will ignore the content with the newer date. So, if you want to monetize your articles, don't copy them as is, but rather change the article a bit, and re-post.
What I plan to do, is if a write a blog post that I feel will have value here, I will write a hub about the article, and link to it.
Hope this helps.
by Trudy Cooper 2 years ago
Please tell me what the difference is between writing a blog and writing a HubPage? If any?
by ptosis 2 years ago
Please post any other online writing for money scams here.@ Triond I found out that I wasn't getting paid according to the content views -Of course no response, or a goofy non-response is all I got from the 'help'.I deleted all my content at Triond and posted a flame post about how bad Triond...
by Daniel Nathan Taylor 5 years ago
What are your personal methods that you use that gives you great success or any suggestions for people who struggle with this.Also with google panda have you found any new ways of drving traffic to your hubs or website/blog?
by Susan Reid 7 years ago
This is a question for anyone who blogs for other businesses or sites.What rate have you seen(or gotten) for writing a blog post?I just got offered a whopping $8 for a 400-700 word blog for a niche law firm's website.$8 to research and write 400-700 words?They are kidding, right?
by Kate Swanson 3 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 … ersions/#.(note: there's a popup that comes up - I just closed it and it went away).
by gearinbrain 9 years ago
Is that allowed? Also, can I use my hub posts for my blog?
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