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If I delete a Hub that is no longer featured, how long should I wait before posting it to Bubblews?
I don't know the first thing about Bubblews, but if you've deleted a Hub entirely, I don't see any reason to apply a waiting period before posting it elsewhere. It's your material.
I have a friend that joined Bubblews like 3 weeks ago and just reached her first payout today. I would go ahead and post it within 24 hours.
You can post it whenever you like, but keep in mind that search do in fact index content. Just because you removed a page from here doesn't mean it was removed from Google's cache. Only the owner or administrator of a domain can request for a page to be removed. If you move the page it will be seen as duplicate content by search engines since it was already published here. Unfortunately that's just the way it goes. If you move an already published page to the other site, it will count against the domain as a whole. I wouldn't do it.
Gina - We had a question like this from a team mate in my Apprenticeship program. She was advised to wait a few days before posting to HP as Google needs to have it cleared out from the other site first (cache). It's not there forever, so I think you'll be just fine if you wait 48 hours.
i remembered that someone posted this similar question and the answer was wait for 24 hours or a few days and check the url again in google. If it does not appear, you can post in bubblews.
by Cynthia3 years ago
Should I delete my hubs that are not featured due to quality?I have tweaked and tweaked, and apparently they are on a "black list".
by Brian Slater6 years ago
When a woman says, "it's too soon" how long should a man wait?
by Krzysztof Willman3 weeks ago
You can submit an article for niche site consideration once every two weeks.
by CarlySullens5 years ago
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by sabrebIade6 years ago
For reasons I am not going into here I just deleted a Hub from HP. How long should I wait before publishing it elsewhere? And what about backlinks etc.to the old Hub?
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