I just configured a search engine to search the pages of only hubpages.com indexed by google.This search engine will help hubbers in 3 ways.
1.You can find out whether your hub is indexed by google : Just enter title of your hub in the search box and click search.If your hub is indexed by google it will appear in search results.
All search results are from hubpages.com only.
2.You can find out whether a topic is saturated ie, whether there are lot of hubs about a topic: Enter the topic in search box and click search. That's all.
3.You can know about list of hubs about a chosen topic.
4.You can search for a particular author.
Kindly give me a feedback about this tool.Please tell me whether it was really useful to you.
This is the link to the tool :
http://www.google.com/coop/cse?cx=01842 … m105vjupd8
That is way cool, CM maybe include tags for Hot, latest, author. how will it be accessible or does one have to bookmark it?
Nice work ..now I can easily check tht my hub is indexed in google or not... nd also check the detail related hubs more faster than hubpages custom search .
hubpages search engine updated.
please give me a feedback.Do you really find any benefit from it ?
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