I have several pieces on another site. If I remove them from that site, can they be publsihed here?
Or does Hubpages insist they be original to Hubpages?
If they are removed from site A, then they can be published here. What HP does not want (in an effort to make this a better site) is to have articles published on several sites, as it appears that Google does not look kindly on it.
However, you might receive a message from HP staff after you publish them, since their monitors/filters will reflect that the articles are duplicates, you can them inform them of your removal from site A to publish them at HP.
The older content is cached already in Google - It will still look as though it is duplicate content.
do not do it because they will not allow it . they are very admit about that.
if content is yours then you can do it
remove content from other sites and place them in draft situation, after one month you can publish here as original content.
its an easy way and i have tried with one of my hub
if you receive message from hp staff after publishing, you can inform them about the situation.
Check the small print on the other site you are on some have strict policies on removing your article and placing it somewhere else however some will allow if you can't find out this information on your own contact them on the website and ask them in an email. If all else fails you can always reword and rewrite your article so that it cannot be considered plagerizing such as changing the layout or rewording a paragraph and adding an additional paragraph that does not exsist on the original you wrote. Good Luck to you.
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