https://hubpages.com/technology/Local-P … -and-XAMPP
Above is my hub page, but it is not listing when I google search it with exact same URL. Why is this happening? Am I need to do any additional work to make it visible in google search?
I just searched the address you posted and arrived at the article. Done deal.
The link is perfectly working please search "Local-PHP-Debugging-with-XDebug-Atom-and-XAMPP" this on the google search. my hub page is not listing.
Here's the thing... I've just taken a look at your hub and it looks like you've copied and pasted text from other sites into it.
Sometimes you should be careful of asking for help, especially if you are a plagiarist
How does an article get onto a niche site if it is copied? I noticed the same thing a few days ago.
It's not on a niche site. It won't be on HP itself much longer as soon as QAP pick it up.
It was pretty obvious that there is reasonable quality writing interspersed with not-so-good. Also, combined with the grammar in the OP's question, it was an immediate red flag pointing to copying and pasting.
its seems that discussion is going in the wrong way. I am accepting I copied text to my blog( it's because of my laziness! I agree!), but why you both don't see my hard work on it. With copied text, I also put my little experinece and creative ideas in it.
I know it's not a good practice to copy paste text in the blog, it's my first attempt surely I will take care of it with my next HubPages or I will update my current page if HubPages recommends.
it's so sad to see professionals like you criticizing instead of point out the mistakes.
I'm sorry but it's people like you who think it's okay to steal from professionals like us that makes me so angry. Why do you think it's allowed to take someone else's hard work and pass it off as your own? Go look up the definition of 'plagiarism'.
Did you know it's illegal?
Last month I had to take two days out of my writing (and therefore my earnings) schedule to send out DMCA (takedown) notices to many sites which had stolen my writing. That affects my earnings, and therefore my family's well-being. So, yeah, well done on getting your hub featured. Be proud of yourself.
Okay cool! Thank you for your comments, Surely now on I only use my own words on my blogs. Pinky Promise :-)
Again thanks and have a nice day!
You are correct: "Your search - site:hubpages.com "Local-PHP-Debugging-with-XDebug-Atom-and-XAMPP" - did not match any documents."
On your stats page, in the 'featured' column, what symbol do you have alongside the hub? Is it a solid black colored circle with an 'H' in the middle of it?
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