Maybe I have misunderstood the way it works, but shouldn't a hub with the tags of "moon, conspiracy, investigation, unknown, free energy, satellite photo" (in that order) appear in a search for the word "moon" ?
When I enter moon in the search box my page isn't appearing and I dont understand why not. Can someone enlighten me please? What is the point of tags if they dont work in this way? :-)
It should have. But how many times the word 'moon' appears in your hub apart from the title? I think there must be around a 100 hubs here with the word moon appearing more than 3 or 4 times in them(your hub got only 2, I guess). So you will have to search the results(I went till the 14th page on search results for the word moon) to find your hub!
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