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Can I re-write post from my blog to my hupages. After removing them from blog ?

  1. receivetipstricks profile image78
    receivetipstricksposted 3 years ago

    Can I re-write post from my blog to my hupages. After removing them from blog ?

    Hi there, I had made one blog on a niche topic, that didn't do well on search engine but since the post are higly quality I want them to live but don't want to spend money on hosting. Can I closed that site and upload the content on hubpages.

    Is it against Hupages polices ? Since it will be only at one place (Hubpages) , I am quite sure it won't go against Google.


    (I don't if these type of question has been asked before. I could find it in the search so if there already an answear to this please  paste the link to that. Thanks )

  2. paiarais profile image73
    paiaraisposted 3 years ago

    There are two options. First, if you copy from your blog to hubpages with a larger portion of it being similar then hubpages will regard it as being plagiarised. And second, if you want to bring the same idea across, then you have to reword every single paragraph. Make it look and sound totally different but the idea still remains. This will make hubpages allow you to publish.
    So generally, I would advise you not to copy and paste directly. Reword and publish.

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    sheilamyersposted 3 years ago

    Yes. Paiarais gave a very good response. If you do decide to simply copy/paste the blog, you should do it to your computer, delete the blog post, and then wait a week or so (however long it takes) until the page is completely removed from the internet. Someone else might be able to explain that better.

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    temptor94posted 3 years ago

    I agree with sheilamyers. If you are planning to remove the contents from your webpage completely, it may still have cached copies of the link for a few days. So it's better to wait till for a week or two till the cache contents get cleared. Before reposting on HubPages, just do a cross-check by googling for your article. If there are no exact matches, you are good to go.

    1. receivetipstricks profile image78
      receivetipstricksposted 3 years agoin reply to this

      Great, I forgot to mention that, i have already removed from Google using Webmaster tools. Thanks

 
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