Why is it when I do a search on Google for my Hub Page profile, the number one result is another Hubbers profile?
Is this a Google screw up?
On Yahoo, the number one result IS my profile, but on Google it's someone else's Hub Page profile.
Good question. I am hardly in your category as an experienced hubber who knows what he's doing. However, if I had the same question in mind as you my first thought would be "POOP!"
by John Coviello3 years ago
Lately, I've noticed some Hubbers Have Their Picture along side Google Search Results for their Hubs. How is this done? Seems like it may be helpful to entice people to click on a Hub link in Google.
by Gary Anderson20 months ago
I thought if a hubpage was listed in Google search it was featured. But apparently that is not the truth. I guess I will keep the hubs up and run my own check on them.
by Alison Graham3 years ago
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by xpressrite2 years ago
So hubbers help? I had four hubs that went from the pending state to having the featured status. Originally they were all viewed on the page where you can hop hubs.Now I dont no where...
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