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Can I plagiarize my own content?

mcgeadenty
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Can I plagiarize my own content?

Quick question. I am planning to set up another page with a partial copy of my other page, will it be plagiarized?
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leadnetwork
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Another page where, can you clarify? it's important to understand
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jmpruitt
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not plaigerized if its your own unique content. plaigerism is when you steal someone elses content and claim it as your own. However, there can be a duplicate content penalty for posting the same content different places. the way to handle this is to take a piece of the older content, and add some new content to it so that it isn't a full exact copy of the same content.
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shaphoezvjba
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It would technically be self-plagiarism. You would need to rephrase it
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juliahale8745
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Plagiarism generally involves using other people's words or ideas without proper citation, but you can also plagiarize yourself. Self-plagiarism means reusing work that you have already published or submitted for a class. ... Self-plagiarism misleads your readers by presenting old work as completely new and original.

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leadnetwork
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If it's your own content it will not be plagiarism, users just will be able to see it in different places
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