Can anyone help me? I've been publishing a memoir series here on HubPages. As I'm certain that the story will develop to contain much more personal information, I've chosen to continue publication on my blog. I do not intend to move the first six parts to my blog, as each of them is doing quite well individually here on HP. I have, however, retitled my blog using the title of the series and will publish everything there moving forward. Does anyone know if I will run into trouble with duplicate content issues because of the blog title change, or should I be okay?
Maybe adding a few more relevant words to the title will keep trouble off bay..
But the fact that your content will not be repeated will keep you afloat.
Just my opinion.
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