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How long should I wait before publishing a work on Hubpages that I have deleted from another site?
I write for a variety of online writing sites, and for a while now it has become apparent to me that my work is better suited on Hubpages than any other writing site. However, after deleting some articles from another site and publishing them on Hubpages, I have found that many are being flagged for duplication. While I understand why they have been flagged, I do hold all the rights to the articles in question and simply want to change the site that they are hosted on. How long should I wait before I publish an article previously published on another site on Hubpages?
If you have been publishing your articles on other sites, they might have gotten syndicated by others. What I mean is, if you use the license like creative commons sharea alike or creative commons non derivative - everyone could syndicate your articles. That means they could republish your article on their blog, site or elswhere. The same if some one got signed up for your RSS feed. That is why, I would suggest to consider rewriting your stuff. From experience I know that if you've studied the subject good - you can write several great articles about the same subject which would be unique and great to read.
I have been in the same predicament at times. Generally, I run all articles through copyscape or a similar program. Paperrater is a free website and it will show you where the article may have been posted on the Internet. Copyscape costs five cents to verify an article. Do this to check and make sure your article is not posted on other websites. Even though you have removed the article, it does not mean it is not still being displayed. Keep in mind some websites that you place articles on own the rights to the work after you submit it. You should carefully read the terms of service before assuming you have the right to remove the article and reuse.
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