I have just terminated my website. All the articles are likewise deleted from the internet.
Can I now publish them in Hp?
I understand that Google keeps its own archives. Would my articles still exist in its data base?
Would all my articles be considered duplicate contents by Hp and Google?
There have been recent forum discussions about this. You may want to do some research. From what I recall, the conclusion was something like leave the contents unpublished for a couple of weeks, then publish on HubPages.
I would agree with that! Only downside to that is you'll have to wait a while!
Here is the previous thread I had in mind (there have been several others):
Publish them here before anyone else does. You know the domains just dropped are listed at many places on the web and people will want to steal your content. You might get the duplicate warning on your hubs, but contact the HP staff about it. I would say email them before even publishing the articles here.
How could they steal my articles when my site is already deleted?
Post your articles now. It’s your content so you control what gets done with it. If HubPages flag you for duplicate content just drop them a line and explain the duplicates are no longer online, they will remove the warning notice that appears in your account settings. No one else can see that warning.
To all you friendly and helpful Hubbers,
Thank you for all your helpful comments. I really appreciate them.
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