Some of my hubs continuosly getting lost in google. I ping them a few days they are visible then get lost again. There are hubs ı pinged more than five times, same everytime..any suggestions?
Ping only gives a temporary boost, and may not even be necessary. Your hubs get very few comments, and maybe not that much traffic either. Creating backlinks, as well as working with keywords and tags, should help both with traffic and with search engine rankings.
but hub doesn't get down on search results totally disappear, ıwrite exactly the title of the hub and add the word hub at the end, still doesn't appear at search results.
Don't unnecessarily ping many times give it some time to hub to permanently settle at search engine.
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