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Duplicate content double standards
Why is it that endless hubs with duplicate content are published but when I try to publish one copied from one of my own hubs (from which I have already removed the copied content) I'm told that my new hub can't be published because a large portion of it appears on another page? I'm being penalised for something I didn't do, yet others get away with doing the same thing.
Well not the same thing, but the thing I'm being accused of doing.
I had the same problem last summer. It is easy to resolve. Please don't see it as penalty. HubPages keeps a copy of deleted material for 24-48 hours in your own account, in case you decide to undelete it. So, if you copy material from Hub A to Hub B, even you delete Hub A (or part of it), it will look duplicate until the HubPages restore cache is cleared. Wait a day or two and try to republish the new hub. If that doesn't work, email firstname.lastname@example.org, explain the problem, point to this Q&A, and they'll help you straighten it out. (Worked for me last summer.)
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by Missy3 years ago
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