Is it a good idea to move my hubs to my blog?
I want to know if google will see this as duplicate content. Kindly focus your answers on the effect that transferring hubs to another site will have on the penalization by google for duplicate content. Hope to get some answers from SEO experts
Its useless exercise to paste your hubs on your blog because it will affect traffic to your hubs and hubpages will show it as a copied hub.There is a better way to help both grow and that is to blog your hubs. It simply means you write about your hubs in your blog and just give a brief summary of your hubs and link it to your hubs. Another thing you may do is to unpublish your hubs and move them to your blog. If you wish to promote your blog, you can link your blogs to your hubs.
I am speaking of moving my hubs, which obviously means deleting my hubs on HP and then posting them on my blog.
There's a caching problem that may muddle the process of deleting blogs from HubPages and then re-posting them on your own blog (which may cause duplicate content issues, even if just temporarily.) I'd suggest that if deciding to move articles from HubPages to your own blog is definitely what you'd like to do, then delete them on HubPages, but wait about 30 days before re-posting them on your own site, so that there is less chance of a caching overlap, and more of a chance that the articles on your new blog will be viewed as fresh and unique content.
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