Are we allowed to post original content that was once on another content site but is no longer there? For example, Bright Hub recently revised their guidelines as a result of the Google's Panda process. Consequently, some articles, which previously met their guidelines, are being deleted if the author chooses not to rewrite them. Copyright is owned by the author and the articles have been removed. So do these now qualify as "original content" for Hubfolio?
If your article has been de-indexed bby Google, you should be able to out them here
Thanks for the fast response. I did an advanced Google search on the exact title, limited to the brighthub.com domain and got zero, so I guess I am OK. I have posted several to Associate Content/Yahoo as non-exclusive and they are doing OK, but I though I might try hubfolio to see if they are any better.
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