I searched for my Hub article on Google I could not find it . Why the search engine couldn't find my
I did publish the same article in an another small site, and Google found only the article published in the small site not the hub one. why ?
When the search engine finds your article twice it will only index one of them because it does not want to list duplicate content.
Yes, that's right, Rob. If you post duplicate content, Google will only display that site that it thinks is most authoritative.
by austere125rivers 8 years ago
I searched for my first article - I have published here - on Google I could not find it . Why the search engine couldn't find it.I did publish the same article in an another small site, and both Google and yahoo search engines are only able to find the article published in the small...
by Lisa McKnight 7 years ago
Uber noobie question guys. On other sites, when something is published, I can then usually google it within one day. I wrote a hub yesterday called "Beer, Brits and Belgium", my first one, so naturally I googled it to see my name in lights!No cigar.Does anyone have any idea why? I have 50...
by arb 6 years ago
How do you define forgiveness? Your answer may be used in a hub article.I find a lot of misunderstanding regarding what forgiveness is. Gathering answers from various sources for a hub article.
by somethgblue 7 years ago
What is the average page view per hub article?Of all the hub articles published on Hub Pages what do you think the average page views per hub is? I can tell you that of my 60 published Hubs that the average is 188, but how does that equate with the rest of you?
by Dave Hatton 5 years ago
I own several parked domains. If I write an HP article with the same name as my parked dotcom... there must be a way to make that a traffic booster or something....I am speaking of "HowToFixCredit.org which is just sitting.(hugely competitive) Any suggestions on how to make good...
by Mothers of Nations 4 years ago
How do you change the permalink on a hub article?Or would you have to unpublish the article, then re-publish it like a new one?
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