I am facing duplicate content warnings for content that I used from my own blog which I deleted sometime back. Any way I can be allowed to use this content here? As I am absolutely sure it does not feature anywhere else?
Previously it might have been cached by Google. It depends on the time interval that you republish your content. However you may publish your content if you're able to make a bit of changes.
Thanks for the info! Will wait for some time before republishing.
If you could do a 301 redirect from your old blog posts, that would really be the thing to do.
You don't need to wait. Use Goigle Webmaster Tools and their remove URL tool. It's usually gone very quickly and they show you when it is gone.
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