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There must be an efficient way to locate a specific hub if you know the title of the hub w/o having to scroll through hundreds of hubs by a particular author?
I have tried inputting the hub title into the "search" window w/o success. I can find no help to perform this simple task. amazing!
Hi BlueKnightt, sorry it's been so frustrating for you! Our Search feature needs some work, and we do plan to make improvements at some point in the future.
For now, if you know the exact name of the Hubber and title of the Hub, try: http:// hubbername.hubpages. com/hub/Exact-Title-of-the-Hub
For example if your Hubber name is CaptainKirk and your Hub is entitled "How to Pilot the Starship Enterprise," the URL would look like:
http:// captainkirk.hubpages. com/hub/How-to-Pilot-the-Starship-Enterprise
Hopefully that helps!
You can also search Google specifically for content on a website, like HubPages.com
Here is an example
+"Diagnosing common browser issues and problems" site:hubpages.com
Here is a Google search link for the same expression.
If you wanted to search a specific HubPages subdomain, you could use something like this.
+"Diagnosing common browser issues and problems" site:matthewmeyer.hubpages.com
Here are some other useful Google search tips.
I just go to my accounts page and use the "find" feature of my browser.
Take a deep breath and call its name very loudly. The hub will normally turn up within a couple of minutes.
Okay, that doesn't work, I just made it up.
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