I am new to this site.I have published only two hubs yet.I was publishing my articles in two websites known as higibigi.com and articlebase.com until a friendly hubber directed me to hubpages. Inadvertently I published my latest article in all the three sites. I was also having a blog at blogspot.com just to have a collection of all my articles. When my article was moderated as a duplicate I removed it from articlebase.com but I can not remove it from the other. Now I know I shouldn't publish hub articles anywhere else but how do I correct the mistake? Should I delete the blog? How should I remove this hub?
If you cannot remove the original then you should just delete the hub, since it won't be allowed here unless it is original content.
Thanks. Since I am unable to remove it from the said site I deleted my hub. (self imposed punishment)Thanks for your advice. Would you please tell me something about the blog too? Should I delete that too? I love to stay with hubpages.
It's rather pointless to have the same content in two places on the internet - they'll both be ranking in Google for the same keywords.
Try writing a similar but differently angled article on your blog and linking it to your hub.
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