I am getting a Duplicate content issue on my hub.
Few months back, I published the article on my website.
However, few days back I deleted the blog on my website.
Then, I registered here to publish the article here on Hubpages.
Now the article is no more on my website or any other internet website.
I used to check my website for any type of copy content on http://www.copyscape.com and it was always negative.
So, my question is how this issue can be resolved as the article is already deleted from my website?
Sorry for any confusion! It looks like you'll need to wait a couple more days before publishing that article; there is a time lag between an article being removed from a site and our duplicate checking system seeing that it is no longer published.
Hope that helps!
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