Can I use two of my blogs in edited "article" format for publication in a separate E Magazine?
I have been asked to provide two of my blogs in longer "article" form for publication in an E. Magazine for Health Coaches. I need to know that I can use my own content for this without infringement of Hub Pages
You are the copy-right owner of your articles. HP has no stake in your copyright. You can very well publish your article in the e-magazine.
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