This is probably common sense to everyone else, but I was not able to Google my hub. I entered the title using the exact words and put quotes around it. The search came back with a "no matches" message. Is this normal? Am I doing something wrong?
If pasting in the exact title doesn't work, then Google is ignoring that Hub.
Is the Hub unFeatured, by any chance? If it is, then things are working as they should - unFeatured Hubs are invisible to Google.
If it's Featured and not appearing, then there's something about it that Google really doesn't like.
Normally I only paste the url and nothing else. Try again and see whether it helps.
I know if could see it with the URL. I was just wondering how it would come up if someone were searching for a similar title.
You can try this website or similar. http://www.seoserp.com/web_tools/google … hecker.asp
Put the keyword and your hub link in keywords & Domain name box respectively and click on the SERP button. They will show you where your hub resides in Google search results for that keyword.
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