here is the problem. I joined hubpages about an year ago. I published only one hub that time and remember getting google traffic for that.
i started hubbing again few days ago. the traffic is dead low and all traffic is from hubpages referral. So I thought of googling my hubs and it doesn't show any of mine even if I use hub titles in "....". Then I tried searching them on hubpages.com. same result.
Can someone explain this? need help
Three of your hubs (Great Botanic Gardens in the West, Viking Boat Burial, and Effects of Wind Farms on Bird Populations) are currently indexed in Google. It may take awhile for hubs to get indexed.
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