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Janet21
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on 05/10/2012

I know that has been discussed before, however, I have a quesiton.  After I delete a page from another site and wait for the page to be removed from google's index, can I just copy and paste the article here?  Or do I have to rewrite it a bit? 

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Bhavesh
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on 05/10/2012

Janet - 

You can use the following tool to have Google remove it from the cache which they do within 24 hours. (Once you have unpublished it or taken it down on the other platform.)

https://www.google.com/webmasters/tools/removals

And I will let Chef confirm it, but because it does not exist elsewhere, it is a unique copy so I think you can simply republish it here. 

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chefkeem
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on 05/10/2012

If it's been deindexed, you can simply republish it "as is". No need for a rewrite.  Smile


Achim "Chef Keem" Thiemermann is the co-founder of a pretty cool new platform called...um...er...oh, yeah - Wizzley.com.
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Janet21
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on 05/10/2012

Ok thanks

onetimeuser
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on 05/10/2012

 

chefkeem: 10. May 2012, 11:23

If it's been deindexed, you can simply republish it "as is". No need for a rewrite.  Smile

 

Worth pointing out that if it has been stolen and published on another website, then you should keep it published where it is now, file a DMCA to get copied content removed, and then wait for both to deindex.

I wish that I had done this before deleting all of my Hubpages, I'd estimate 100 to 150 pages of content completely lost. 

When I'm left with stolen content, I'll work out what might be worth re-writing and what isn't. I'm also creating YouTube videos to counter a lot of that stolen content.

katiem2
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on 05/10/2012

Good point Ryan


humagaia
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on 05/10/2012

Ryan - you have no need to worry about copied content stopping you from republishing deleted content on Wizzley. You (and Google) can see and determine the original 'owner' of content though links such as this:

http://web.archive.org/web/20101110023811/http://hubpages.com/profile/ryankett

You can also file DMCA's using the info contained in archive.org as your evidence and reference point, even if it has been deleted. Deleted or not, they are still your words - for instance, if you have the original manuscript for a book that no longer has any copies extant, those words cannot be used by others without recompense. 


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