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Republishing articles after deleting them?

Discussion in 'Blogging' started by Koks666, Jan 14, 2015.

  1. Koks666

    Koks666 Junior Member

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    Hi,
    I have microniche site but my main keyword got banned.
    Now I want delete this site and create new one, of course using new domain.

    How to properly delete articles and republish them that I don't get duplicate content flag?
     
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  2. Koks666

    Koks666 Junior Member

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    No suggestion?
    Maybe some link to article about my issue?
     
  3. amithbhawani

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    reove from google webmasters
     
  4. monsterous

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    Also, you may wait a bit, but it may take a lot of time
     
  5. TeKn1qu3z

    TeKn1qu3z Jr. VIP Jr. VIP Premium Member

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    You should rewrite it. It could still be in their system. Better safe than sorry
     
  6. hpasha

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    do a 301 redirect all your old website to new domain.
     
  7. kalios

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    Most likely, a permanant redirect on pages is the best option. Though realistically, once the original pages are deleted, Google will remove them from it's index after awhile. So there is no risk of duplicate issue.
     
  8. MarioCimmino

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    I've had and seen others have good experience doing this. A bunch of my sites got hit with the PBN update last year and were penalized. Just deleted, waited for it to not be indexed anymore and reposted on a new site. (Just make sure the original version isn't still indexed).

    They aren't back to what they used to be, but are gaining some traction.

    As others mentioned though - it is definitely taking a bit of a risk. The safest option would probably be to rewrite them.
     
  9. LoftPower

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    Yes I agree there. Just because you delete it does not mean that it is out of the system. They may have a back up system as well that we are not aware of.
     
  10. Seven4

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    Well those articles are already "Sawed" from google. If you just copy/paste them again you didn't do anything. I suggest you to go with rewrite you will be much safer.
     
  11. fearcoka

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    You could always spin them using article chief?
     
  12. Zwielicht

    Zwielicht Moderator Staff Member Moderator Jr. VIP

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    Try the following method:


    1. Save your content.
    2. Deindex the old site.
    3. Wait for the content to be removed from the SERPs.
    4. Upload the old content to the new website.

    If you're worried about uploading the same content on the new site, rewrite the articles by using synonyms and omitting/adding information. If you want the link juice from the old domain but you're worried about any penalties being transferred, then 301 redirect to another deindexed domain of yours and 301 redirect that other domain to your new website.
     
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  13. derago21

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    Delete the whole domain and leave it for 20-30days untill it is completely removed from Google.
    Once that is completed, Re-publish the articles on the new site.

    That's is how i do it, when i get a slap from Big G.