So I just started writing on hubpages and created a personal account. However, I co-author another blog and am considering opening an account so we can use hubpages to post our content.
How long would I have to unpublish the content on the other site, so that I am not flagged with duplicate content? I know that it would still show up for awhile in google since the site has been up for six months
Thanks for your help.
I'm not sure what you're asking, personal account? for writing personal journals? it's not popular. Personal writing about whatever interests and skills you have that may help benefit others, great! I'm not sure why you can't write in related topics that would 'complement' your other blog. Why would you want to remove one blog to start another whole site? You would be removing the 'age' factor. I'd highly recommend, just start writing in 'related' topics where your HP site and other blog, feed off each other. May help your SERP over all.
I guess I wouldn't quite know how to calculate earnings from articles published by my partner and I together, verses my own account where I write articles about parenting, food, etc. I didn't mean personal in terms of journaling, I was just trying to delineate between my own account and one my partner and I would use together (and split earnings). Is it easy enough to figure out what hubs are earning what?
Once you set up Google analytics and add specific URL channels. You'll see all kinds of data popular vs those needing help, adsense, keywords, etc. I think you're able to separate them also, just not sure on the process. There are other analytic tools also like statcounter.
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