hmmm... I noticed something strange concerning my hub serps also.
In checking for the indexing of a couple newer hubs - the serps did show them, in the expected mediocre positions, (they are new), but....
they are listed under my profile link.
The hub summary and title are used in the serp description, but the clickable search link is my profile link. Strange?
Also, a follow-up search using the exact hub title returned the expected results, but again with my profile, not the hub, as the clickable link.
Admittedly, it is a new sub-domain profile account, and the hubs were fairly new, but it worries me that Google finds the result, but doesn't list the hub as the clickable result.
Is it just me?????
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