All those get paid to write sites

@philjas (1134)
United States
August 2, 2008 12:14am CST
Okay, I know ReviewStream has a HUGE rule about not submitting anything to them that's already been published anywhere else on the internet. My question is: do most of the sites have this rule? I'm on Triond too and I don't see this mentioned anywhere. But since there are so many different sites, I'm wondering if you can write an article and submit it to several of them? Or do most of them forbid this?
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5 responses
• United States
2 Aug 08
I am a member of helium, associated content, and triond and I think Associated content does I know they ask you if its been published somewhere else... Helium I dont think lets you...
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@paid2write (5202)
4 Aug 08
If you try to submit an article to Triond and it already appears on another site, Triond will reject it because they check everything you submit. I believe that once it is published on one of Triond's sites you can then republish it at another site, but you would need to check the terms of both sites before you try it. It's much better to rewrite your articles before you submit, as search engines will rank duplicated articles lower than original ones.
@srhelmer (6930)
• Beaver Dam, Wisconsin
4 Aug 08
It's a good rule to have. If you were free lancing for a newspaper or magazine, they would have the same thing in place too.
@Mitraa (3188)
• India
2 Aug 08
The policy varies from sites to sites. All sites have not one policy and so a particular article can be posted in most of them! Just we shall have to find it out by study and trial method! Thanks for this nice topic!
@Bd200789 (2994)
• United States
2 Aug 08
On Associated Content, you can choose Non-Exclusive Rights. That way you can post it somewhere else.