On the link in my account for copied hubs, do the ones that get removed from the sites ever get removed from that page? If so, how long does it take, as it seems to take a while. ?
Whitney, they finally get removed when Google's cache is cleared of them. And yeah, that can take up to a few months, but it does happen.
Thanks relache. I remember it took a while for the C to go away, but wasn't sure about this feature. Same deal, I guess.
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