I have a blog with Weebly and I have couple of dozen articles posted on it. I would like to delete most of the posts on my Weebly blog and move them to Hubpages. Would this be against Hubpages policy? I would again stress the fact that I would delete the posts on Weebly in order to make the contents exclusive to Hubpages.
I don't know that the reason why I want to do this matters, but I'll explain it anyways. I want to do this because my Weebly blog's posts are not getting indexed individually and instead, all the articles are indexed under the main index URL. Well, thanks for your time.
Just as long as the posts are not "overly personal", Hubpages is cracking down on that. It should be okay.
what do they consider to be 'overly personal'? A blog?
they are fine with informational articles from personal experiences?
I think if it's something discussing what you had for breakfast or what you did that day, Maddie had a good comment about it in another thread.
http://hubpages.com/forum/topic/69957?p … ost1524708
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