I would be greatful for some help here. Well, it's like this ... I need to delete content from some of my blog pages with the sole intention of posting them elsewhere. In order to avoid complications which I believe could arise concerning copied content, how long do you think I should wait before I post my content on a different site or sites?
I would first check for the copies of my content on the web. In case there are no copies, I will delete it and keep checking Google's cache. Once my articles are gone from the cache. I will post them elsewhere.
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