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Content listed in Google

Discussion in 'Google' started by Ryan6, Jan 13, 2009.

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    Hi, hope this is the right place to post...

    I have an old blog and website that I have just deleted, as I am moving over fully to two such blogging sites. I am wondering if it is ok to copy and paste my old articles to my new blog? The thing that I am not sure about is duplicate content from my old pages. Although these pages are deleted, they are still listed in the search engine and are obviously still cached. I am unsure if this would flag up or not? Is it best to just start over with the articles or re-word etc, or should I be ok to post them up?

    Many thanks.
    SEMrush
     
    Ryan6, Jan 13, 2009 IP
    SEMrush
  2. jasonb25

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    Go ahead this will not be a problem. Once Google knows your old site is gone it will de list your old articles and relist your new ones.
     
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    You should be fine if the older pages have been deleted.
     
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    If the old blog had ranked or respected pages in Google's index I may consider permanent redirecting those pages to the new blog pages.
     
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    You may try to set redirect from your old site to the new
     
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    Instead of deleting those old pages, you should redirect them to your new blog using L301 redirection ;)
    However, now if it's deleted it won't pass any linking value.. but the content still useful after all.
     
    IEmailer.com, Jan 13, 2009 IP