Does clicking "check for violations", recheck hubs which have been marked as having duplicate content and which have been re-submitted? I don't want to have to keep resubmitting content unless I can check before hand that the system recognizes that any content on the Web has been removed.
Until the duplicate content has been removed from Google index, it's still classed as duplicate. In some cases when it's cleared from Google staff may also have to remove the warning manually.
Is a duplicate still cached in Google?
by GA Anderson4 years ago
wanted to rant - but thought maybe I could br wrong, and some community feedback might show me the errors I am missingThe story:I had a hub unpublished as duplicateI did not think it was so I contacted HP teamfound out...
by Janis Leslie Evans3 years ago
There has been a resolution (in progress) regarding my hub article on 'How to Run a Breakfast Program for the Needy." Turns out there were no intentional copyright violations, thievery, or "spun" text...
by Aficionada5 years ago
A while ago I checked out one hub of a suspicious writer. I mean by that, a forum post seemed to indicate that the writer was one of the get-rich-quick,...
by Nicole Pellegrini2 years ago
I just got hit by a duplicate content unpublishing of one of my articles. For the record, it is my own work which I had originally published on another platform and wanted to relocate here. After deleting the article...
by Mark Knowles8 years ago
I am moving this question over here to ask for help from the hubpages team.2 of my hubs and some of hovalis' hubs seem to have had a penalty applied by google and have disappeared from the search rankings down to the...
by DrMark19612 years ago
If I post an article on the site "Post any article" that has already appeared on Bubblews (an exact duplicate), will it affect the standing of my hubs with Google?
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