A few of my hubs are not doing well on google because they are listed under "janshares on hubpages" instead of the title of the hub which is listed as secondary. Why is this happening and how do I fix it?
Google has discovered your hubs in your profile, but hasn't gotten around to updating their database yet. If they don't show properly in a few days, then I am wrong.
Thanks, paradigmsearch. I will keep checking back. One has been like that for weeks. I hope that's all it is.
When I went through this, it only lasted for a few days. Weeks is not good... Sounds like something else is amiss.
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