From Bubblews to Hubpages
I have deleted some of my post at bubblews and also requested to remove the url at Google Remove URL, had been approved and removed. Now, can I repost the Bubblews post at Hubpages since they are confirmed not longer exist in Google? Do I have to put a note:> This post was removed from Bubblews, no longer exist...something like that
If the posts were deindexed, and no longer exist anywhere online, then yes, you could repost your content on HubPages. Extra text or notices won't help.
However, since a Bubblews post is very short, and a HubPages article is significantly longer, you would have to expand your Bubblews items quite a bit for them to fit here.
There isn't any need to post a note.
I am so sorry to you and all the others that wrote all the post for bubblews and were never paid.
I had several online friends try to get me to join when it first opened up. I am so glad I didn't waste my time.
I deleted more than 250 posts at Bubblews, but they are not the kind of posts I would put on HubPages! For one thing, they are much too short, and for another, the quality would never be accepted on HP. You could use the same subject and maybe expound on it and make it into a decent Hub, I suppose.
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