I want to remove some of my hubs and post them to my other blog. Could you please let me the procedure?
You delete it here. Then you can do what you like with it.
yeah, delete the hub first, check at google again after a few days. make sure it is not found then you can post it elsewhere
If you had written the hub directly on hub-pages platform and not Microsoft word or other text application, first you will need to save the hub from hub-pages. To do this: Select File-Save Page As - Select Save as Type as complete webpage - Click Save. You now have your hub on your computer. Verify that the hub you just saved as been saved properly and that all data is in tact. One this is done, delete the hub from hubpage and then post it to your blog. Note that you will see the hub still in your Hub stats listing but will eventually be removed in the next day or so. Good luck with your blog.
If you do what has been suggested so far, and delete your content first before doing anything else, it can make the moving process much more annoying and problematic if it has been plagiarized elsewhere.
I strongly recommend you do not make deleting your content here your first step.
Thanks all for helping me do this but one question - should I wait at least one month before it is de-indexed from google so it's not plagiarized material while posting in other blogs? Or, just few days is enough to republish it in another blogs?
I copy the URL of hub and save it. Delete hub from here. Go to Google URL removal tool and place URL there to be removed. It may take up to a few days before you see it go from pending or removed. Once removed, I then use the article. I move some this morning to my own blog before waiting for URL removal tool removed it, but I still used it even though article is on my own blog.
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