Would you publish on hubpages articles that have previously been published but got deleted
I have a few websites with unique articles I wrote. I intend to shut down the sites and sell the domains keeping all my original content to myself. Is it recommended to republish these articles on hubpages once I take them off the existing site?
Why not if they are good quality? If you use Google webmaster tools, I would suggest going under each site that you are taking articles from and submitting the url's for removal. Consider waiting a week or so to make sure they are not still indexed before republishing.
As long as this is the only site they are published on, absolutely. I believe HP doesn't want it published anywhere else.
Yes, I would just make sure that you've taken them down before you start republishing.
If I remember correctly, you would have to wait a little while so they are no longer indexed in Google.
If they are still indexed then they will be classified as "Duplicate"
You should wait a week or so to make sure that your previous article indexing has cleared out. Duplicate articles are the problem. I think that you could do well to have your best articles over here where they can generate some income.
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