I apologize in advance for this one, because I know I've seen it answered before, but can't find it. I am deleting several hubs that are older and not getting enough views. I want to rework them and post them elsewhere. Even though they are on obscure Google pages, how do I delete the URL so the new site won't think it's duplicate content, even though it's my own work? Thanks.
This forum thread can also help you http://hubpages.com/forum/topic/97520#post2082227
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