Is it because I was not active for two years on hubpages that made Google to remove my pages from being indexed? Can someone please tell me how to regain my search traffic back.
2) you need to update and refresh your Hubs, as well as make sure they are in compliance with all of the new rules that went into effect during those two years you abandoned them.
In fact, if you go back to your own thread from a few weeks ago, everyone's telling you that,
I don't know exactly what Google is going to do. But I do know that you can't abandon hubs for two years and expect them to be considered fresh, relevant or interesting to readers.
When I read your Hubs, you do not seem like someone who is actually wearing all those shoes and running in them and testing them. You are making a lot of Hubs about products that I feel you have never used yourself. And I think that is the biggest problem with your Hubs, and trying to get traffic.
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