I'm new to hubpages, and I have put together two new hubs. Both came up in the search results within hubpages when I typed my main keywords in; however, today, one of the hubs isn't showing in the results.
Can anyone explain why it is no longer showing in the internal search results?
Thanks very much for asking this question. There may be a bug that is causing this issue.
I will investigate it and let you know what I find. When I have an update, I will post it to this thread.
Has this bug ever been resolved? I am having the same issue as Tambra did. My 1st hub was appearing and generating good traffic for a few days, but now it no longer appears in the HP search results. Could there be another reason for this?
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