Today I found a problem, the hubs which could be searched from Google Search Engine days before disappeared today from the search results. Even though I searched the whole sentences of my Hubs in Google, I still could not find it.
Days before my hubs were flaged as "Over promotion" so I did some modification and removed the links, after republished, they disappeared from Google.
Could anyone please help to answer this question? Will Google ban the hubs republished? And what should I do for that?
With tons of thanks..
Hubs disappear from Google from time to time just like any other website. It is totally OK, they will come back later. This sometimes happens with new hubs. Probably google servers do some algorithmic investigation or want to make sure you're a serious hubber who won't delete hubs after a couple days of online presence.
Again, don't worry.
Google is not one server... wow news flash there! lol What can happen with new content is picked one Google server and if you are using that server bank for searches you will find your page, however the other servers that are located around the world have not index the information from Mr Google Bot thus do not yet know they exist. This can also happen with page rank where one server shows a 3 anther a 4 ect. It all depends on what server is used when you look. In time it will be listed in all the servers normally this takes less then a week, unless it's new website then you can land in the dreaded sandbox. This can take 6 to 12 months to get out of. Since you are referring to a Hub Page I do not expect this to be an issue.
Thanks for the information. I was wondering the same thing, when one of my hubs went from the #1 spot to non-existent.
Essentially it's "new" content, and Google takes some time to pick up new content. Give it up to two weeks
I refuse to go off on my rage against mechanized editors of creative human work. But I will say H2B2 Robot strikes again
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