I have a few duplicate content articles, yet many other published originals. I have unpublished the duplicates until I can revise them. Will this help my overall hubscore? Is it best to do this until revision, or does it matter either way? Thanks in advance for any help!
Yes, it will help your hubberscore. Depends upon you and your motivations, really, about whether it's best to keep them unpublished. If it's Google money you're interested in, they don't like duplicate content. You seem concerned about your score since it's still a no-follow score (which isn't doing you a lot of good), so yes, I'd be revising those hubs asap.
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