On thinking about the 2 hubs that I just did, I'm thinking I should have split them into 3 hubs each instead of 1 hub. So instead of 2 I would now have 6 - they would have been shorter and probably clearer. If I want to go back and unpublish those 2 hubs and then redo each of the 6 parts and make them into 6 hubs (same material though but taking out the original 2) - is that permissible?
It is permissible but if both of yours hubs have been indexed by the search engines, the new six hubs you will publish will show flag for duplicate content (for your own content as this system is automated and not manual). I think it is better to keep them like this if it is too long.
Go ahead with newer ones. That's the best thing to do.
Thanks~! Okay - will just leave them as is and go on from here....terrifically confusing sometimes but hopefully I'll get the hang of this one day or another!
Simple copy and paste the three text sections, into new hubs, with a new title and url for each.
You could have 8 hubs.... you are not punished for copying your own hubs.
Damn, now people know my trick
See this hub: http://hubpages.com/hub/The-5-Biggest-F … al-Killers
Is this familiar?: http://hubpages.com/hub/Famous-Serial-K … Ann-Cotton
No duplicate content warnings.... why would there be? Its on the same hubpages account
No performance penalties either, my 'copied' hub (the second one) gets more traffic then the original.
Thanks! Okay....will give it a go and see if I get "slapped".
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