I created hubs but they disappear after google indexed them.
Can you check my hubs please and tell me if something wrong ?
I looked at few of your hubs. They were there in Google. They haven't been around long enough to rank high in SERPs yet.
Also the ones I saw need more text and maybe fewer affiliate ads.
I looked at several of your hubs. I would suggest writing more words in them. I have been told by many here to not go below 500 or even 800. For me, the hubs that are at least 1000 words seem to do better.
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