Did Google ban me from the system?
I joined HubPages before under the username 'shafinbest123'. But it doesn't look good. So, I deleted all my hubs and rejoined here with this username (using my full name). And I re-added the previous hubs with some new. But Im facing a new problem. For the previous account, my hubs were indexed by Google with very good ranking but now they are ranking very low. I read in a blog that if I delete an indexed article, then Google punishes me. Is it true? Formerly, my HubberScore also went high with just 3 hubs, but now I cannot reach that even with 10 Hubs. Can u please give a solution?
You essentially "reseted" your hubs when you deleted them and re-created them. You're now at the bottom having to work your way up. That's why it's a good idea to hang onto dated Hubs.
Since they were already indexed by Google. and you re-uploaded them under a new account.
Perhaps your re-uploaded hubs are seen as duplicate content by the Google bots.
For a more detailed explanation watch this youtube video, straight from the Google offices:
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