Matched content - what is this?
And does this mean that my "groups" here in HubPages are no longer useful?
Hi Ken, I think it might mean that you are using duplicate content from one of your other sights (or blogs) which is not condoned on Hub Pages since they want original content due to SEO ranking and prioritization. I learned about this since I used an article from a blog I have on a psychic website (under another name) and it was unpublished since the software detected duplicate content, and even if it is my own material, I learned that it can lower the SEO optimization for the entire site Hope this answeres your question...Sending positive vibes!
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