I have shutdown my personal blog site. Can I transfer the articles to Hubpages?
I want to transfer the articles from my personal website (which is now shutdown) to Hubpages. Does this violate the rule against previously published content even though the content is no longer published elsewhere?
It's totally fine. You should wait until the articles have cleared from Google's cache however, or else you may trip HP's duplicate content filters. Sometimes for up to 2 weeks after deleting a webpage it may still show up in searches. It's just the cached version, not the actual page.
You can also just go ahead and do it now and if you get a duplicate content warning either contact help or resubmit later.
Yeah, as long as the articles have been completely deleted and are no longer showing up in google search engines. Hubpages is picky about having exclusive content.
Yes, you may post your articles here as long your articles are not found in google search Otherwise, it is considered duplicate.
Don't know about that ,but the rewards over here at HP seem miniscule,for all the hard and wonderful creative efforts the writers are producing, generally over here. Regards..
It's fine but I would wait about 3 weeks to make sure your articles are out of Google's index so that you're not accused of copying content.
Yes, I did the same.
As others have mentioned, you might need to give it some time before you publish your hub. You can get it all set up until you are ready to give it a shot. Mine was okay a couple of days after deleting the old pages.
If you publish and HP unpublishes your Hub, you will get a notice, and will have an opportunity to re-submit when you feel you have fixed the issue.
Best to you.
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