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I thought one can't repost the blog post, it has to be original. I am wary about duplicate content but reading this post

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&VictoriaH - Yes that it what we are discussing, it is much better to do that than copy and paste directly.

&Alrady - Thank you. Originality is always the most important thing to consider when making content. =)

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I think it would be bad because it is duplicate content. However, maybe summarizing the post and linking to it would be good.

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&DanielleNicole that sounds pretty good, because it take the originality into account. :)

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You took the words right out of my mouth. I am a fan of the excerpt too. Really good tips! A lot to digest, but still...very good.

Thanks, Danielle!

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Thanks for sharing your views on this :)
Another thing to consider is... is Google worth the effort?
You can also get heaps of views by focusing on social media rather than search engines

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&AmyReynolds - &echegoyen0728 - &tos2 - &Javaman74 - &NathanB - Thank you all for your supportive comments, I'm glad I could answer your questions and that this article has been found helpful for so many.

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&DanielleNicole on June 15th, 2013 @ 03:33 pm
Well written, well said. Thank you very much. We need many, many more members of Bubblews to follow your lead.

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&nayeem You are correct in the fact that Bubblews will not pay you for +Plagiarism - So if you go out and copy content from another blog or website and then post it on Bubblews, you will not be paid. However, Bubblews sees +Reposting your OWN content differently. As long as it is content you wrote, it is fine to repost here on Bubblews. They simply ask that you include a link back to the original source (your blog or website ect ) at the bottom of your post.

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If you do take a look at the example I used above to show users how they can propler refer to their blogs without violating any policy or harming the stats of their own +Blog - You will see that I did not copy and paste any content, the +Bubblews-post isn't even the same as the +Blog-post - It is a whole new +Post but with a link back to the blog post where they may find a list of more +Healthy-recipes similar to the one given in my Bubblews post. (Hope this all makes sense.)

Maybe I need to rephrase a few things in this post to be more clear, but I hope people who read understand the concept. Thank you for those of you who have showed your support, as well as those who have pointed out some concerns.

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&psiloveyou - +Linking is allowed if it is legitimate, linking to content relating to your article such as a source where you got your information ect. What is not allowed is posting referral links or such where you get paid.

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Only a short description and a link to the post.

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You make a good point &Nameless - I have edited this post to include a note on this matter as well as an example of how to do this method properly.

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