My newest hub has a status of "featured", and I saw it on hubpages home page. But with no change of status, I can no longer see it anywhere, sure it is not in search engine either.
I wonder what does it mean, what could be wrong (or not wrong), what should I take from this point?
Hope I don't have to delete and republish the same hub.
You are right. Something is odd.
I plugged a string of your text into G. It showed up in the index. So far, so good.
But when I clicked it, it went to http://hubpages.com/topics/books-litera … 522?page=5 That is not good.
Let's hope it gets straightened out in the next day or so. It probably is just a time issue for G to digest things.
I published only two hubs, the first one is fine, the second one is not in google search at all, and it is not anywhere in the featured area on hubpages either. I am afraid something went wrong. If it is not something that I should bother the staff here for help, then I'd wait for a day or two to see what will happen. If it is a dead hub, I will delete it and repost it.
Thanks for the little comfort, regardless.
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