I have peviously had hubpages accounts, for which I have written a few hubs. However, I have deleted these accounts and started with a new one. I have tried to publish five hubs, which I have previously had on here, but which do not appear elsewhere. All of them have remained unpublished because they are said to contain duplicate content. Is this because I have had them published on here before? I know they do not appear on any other website. I have tried googling the titles and content, and there is nothing showing up.
If there's nothing showing up on Google then you could message the HP team and I'm sure your hubs will be up. There's no problem in doing what you did so don't worry
How long did you delete them before adding them again? You have to give them time to be deindexed by Google.
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