I published a series of 3 weight loss/diet blogs yesterday, which I had posted on a different blog site. Before I could delete them from that other site, my first post got denied because of duplicate content. After I deleted them from the other site, I resubmitted my first one, but it has not yet be published.
How can I contact administration to have this fixed?
Send a mail to email@example.com. You also need to ensure that it is still not in the Google cache... go to webmasters tools and clean them out before you approach the HP mods.
Just email firstname.lastname@example.org
Or simply restructure/rewrite your format and titles and then publish them - your work will never fly here if you merely use this site as a place to republish works that you have already published elsewhere. The policy here has always been one of Original Content.. use your blog to promote what you publish here, rather than the other way round and you will gain better results.
Welcome to HP.. btw
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