Submitting Blogs To A Bookmarker Site Query

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Hi all,

When submitting a number of separate blogs (hubpages + squidoo + wordpress + blogger) under the same category to the same bookmarker site, can they contain the same content as long as it's not in the same
format ?


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  • Profile picture of the author Michael Dominic
    You might be able to get away with this but it is questionable. I will have to say that most social bookmarking sites will ban you for submitting the "same story" multiple times.
    • Profile picture of the author hjm218
      Thanks for the reply - much appreciated.
    • Profile picture of the author David
      Originally Posted by Michael Dominic View Post

      You might be able to get away with this but it is questionable. I will have to say that most social bookmarking sites will ban you for submitting the "same story" multiple times.
      I do it all the time.. it's coming from a different url, a different domain

      but I DO alter the title for each one
  • Profile picture of the author Elvin Tiong
    Change the contents for about 40% should be no problem

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