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    Articles from old site post on new one-WHen?


    I owned a website which I shut down a couple months ago. But I still have all the articles from that other website. These articles are not on that website (because its shut down.)

    When can I start posting those articles from the old site onto the new one and google sees those articles as unique to this new website?


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    Originally Posted by lehi53
    I owned a website which I shut down a couple months ago. But I still have all the articles from that other website. These articles are not on that website (because its shut down.)

    When can I start posting those articles from the old site onto the new one and google sees those articles as unique to this new website?

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    Immediately!

    So long as Google cannot go back to the original domain you will be fine.

    Re-phrasing... Google will not take action on any domain without multiple crawlings so if it cannot crawl the original domain (with those specific pages) you have nothing to worry about.

    Best to make sure no else is using the content either though.
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    You will be count as Duplicate content if old site still store in google database...
    if not this is okay..
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    Originally Posted by stuattpoul
    You will be count as Duplicate content if old site still store in google database...
    RUBBISH!

    If the website isn't live anymore Google won't do a thing... It can't do anything without something to compare it's new version to and the cache version is a historical reflection of the original not the original.
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    I don't like word you use (RUBBISH)
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    Originally Posted by stuattpoul
    I don't like word you use (RUBBISH)
    hmmm...

    Engage brain before typing.

    (better?)
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    SO how long does Google keep a website in its databases after it was removed?

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