Question about re-posting your articles on your blog
I'm fairly certain I already know the answer to this: No, you can't re-post the articles published on HubPages on your own blog.
I just wanted to clarify this since I can't seem to find it stated straight out anywhere.
You are 100% correct. I have the same problem as I would like to use my articles on my blog. I have sent a question to HB and I was told that I am not allowed.
Factoidz allows you to put up an article on their site and after 30 days you can post it to your blog.
Thank you Hennie!
I was afraid of that. For now I'll just be linking my articles through my blog.
If you did repost it even using factoidz, just be aware that Google recognizes duplicate content and it could hurt the page rank of your blog. I would possibly write a summary of the article and then have a link to the article at factoidz, and you can even do that to Hubpages as well.
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