I'm going to delete lots of blog post I had on another site, Blogger actually. Then I want to use them on my own sites.
But, I know those are still cached out there on Google. Does anyone know how long you should wait after you delete a webpage before using it on another site?
Or is it always going to seem like duplicate to Google?
Hmmm, seems like a short time. Unless someone says differently I think I'll wait a month before re-posting them. Thanks for the advice however.
I think you can repost them right away, like cut in one place and paste to the other. It will take a couple of weeks or a bit more to clear probably. Once G removes your old pages from their index, you are good.
Good deal. Just to play it safe I'll wait a month. I have plenty of other post-dated ones to keep me going until then, thanks.
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