Can I Repost My Old Articles From Deleted Bubblews Accounts?
I have a lot of old articles that I had written on a few Bubblews accounts that I had gotten deleted from. My question is, since I no longer have those old Bubblews accounts and my old articles cannot be viewed on the website anymore, will I be allowed to submit those old articles here? Even though I cannot provide an actual present link to those articles, proving that I am the original content owner?
Also, I have had a few different names on Bubblews as well, so would that also be an issue with me reposting my old articles here? I know that deleted accounts can still show up in google search engine, so I just want to make sure that reposting my old articles won't look like plaigiarism here.
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MaeLou wrote on July 13, 2014, 4:03 PM
You can post them so long as they are no longer on the site. We check for plagiarism and if it's still there on the site, it is considered duplicate content and not allowed. So, be sure it is NOT coming up on Bubblews before posting.
paradise1897 wrote on July 13, 2014, 4:34 PM
Thanks maelou :)
Ruby3881 wrote on July 13, 2014, 9:50 PM
Another concern to raise is WHY one individual had several Bubblews accounts deleted. Being that Bubblews has a rather high tolerance for spam, plagiarism, duplicate or poorly written content, etc., there had to be a pattern of repeat (and probably severe) violations to get the user deleted over and over.
Before reposting Bubblews content here it would be important to check:
â€¢ That the post is at least 500 characters long(and not just 400);
â€¢ That there are no spelling or grammar errors so bad that they interfere with the reader's ability to comprehend the text, and that all the content is in English;
â€¢ That your content isn't vulgar, doesn't contain affiliate links or read like an ad, etc.;
â€¢ That the post isn't just a "summary," "rewrite," or translation of content published elsewhere in English or any other language (that's still plagiarism!)
If content got your account banned elsewhere, it's a pretty good bet it violates the rules here too.
MaeLou wrote on July 13, 2014, 10:15 PM
Yes, anything reposted should definitely not violate our rules.
paradise1897 wrote on July 14, 2014, 7:56 AM
ruby3881 I'm no thief...I was still getting used to the rules there. For instance, one account was deleted because I didn't realize we needed 400 characters not including spaces. I really can't stand being falsely accused because I made minor mistakes. Let's not jump to the worst of conclusions. People make mistakes. I have never stolen someone else's work. As a writer and God Willing soon to be Author, I am totally against plaigiarism.
paradise1897 wrote on July 14, 2014, 8:02 AM
I am also still a member of bubblews and am very well acquainted with all the written and non-written rules now. I have just experienced some trial and error in my journey there.
MaeLou wrote on July 14, 2014, 9:14 AM
I don't think anyone was making accusations, she just wants to be sure that the posts reposted that were deleted follow our requirements is all.
paradise1897 wrote on July 14, 2014, 12:24 PM
Oh I see...my apologies &rubby3881 thanks for pointing that out maelou
paradise1897 wrote on July 14, 2014, 12:59 PM
Ruby3881 wrote on July 14, 2014, 6:42 PM
I'm glad you understand, Paradise. I'm sorry if it sounded harsh, but I've seen a lot of people at Bubblews who keep repeating the same mistakes over and over without reading the rules.
It's too bad that you were deleted over things like not understanding the 400-character minimum. It's true that Bubblews isn't very good at explaining their rules. You'll find things are very well explained here at Persona Paper. Transparency is really great here! Just remember that the rules are different here (like the 500-character minimum not including punctuation, as well as spaces.) As long as you read all the rules, the FAQ, the AUP, and all the updates you should do really well here :)
AliCanary wrote on July 15, 2014, 10:41 AM
I am glad there is no problem with re-posting once content is no longer elsewhere on the web, because I have about 300 articles at Yahoo that are going to need a home when the site gets deleted, and I am hoping to bring some of the reviews and stuff here :)
paradise1897 wrote on July 15, 2014, 3:50 PM
ruby3881 yes I understand very sorry about that....thanks for shedding light on the possible errors, it is appreciated
paradise1897 wrote on July 15, 2014, 3:52 PM
alicanary wow 300 articles, that's great!
Ruby3881 wrote on July 23, 2014, 10:54 PM
I have a few pieces that will need rehoming too. Many of mine were either time-sensitive or work for hire, but there are a number that I'll probably republish here or on another site.
AliCanary wrote on July 24, 2014, 12:20 AM
Actually I was a horrible, horrible slacker. That's over the course of six years! But it does add up, eventually :)
maramadalina wrote on December 30, 2014, 7:25 PM
Before post those articles here, check them for plagiarism. Try copyscape or plagiarisma.