Sorry if this is a dumb question, but I not sure what to do and could use some advise.
I have some former Squidoo pages that are very long. I wanted to take the most irrelevant (to each page) parts off and form them into new Subpages that were better and more specific. I was told the new page was denied publishing because the info was found on another site (guessing either Squidoo or my original page from which the info was deleted).
Is there any way to override this so I can make some of my super long pages into two or 3 better Hubs?
The guidelines for moving content from another site work in this instance too,
Just mentally substitute "new Hub" for when they talk about moving to HubPages.
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