How can I move articles to HubPages and keep my search engine traffic?
I've moved articles to HubPages before using a 301 Redirect, but now when I try, it says the article is a duplicate. I don't want to remove the article from search engines. I want to transfer the traffic from my old site to HubPages, which is why I was using the 301 Redirect. Can anyone help me?
You need to go to your hubages and click on help. You will find any awnser.
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