I can't find my first hub when searching HubPages. I can see it using my URL though.
I had the same problem. I kept looking for several days. I wrote my first hub recently, and it took 3 or 4 days to finally show up in a search. It even shows up in a google search--as well as a HubPages search. So, don't despair. Other hubbers told me it would take a few days for HP to find the hub, and it did! Just takes a bit of patience! It's nice when it finally shows up in the search!
It usually take two to three days for any hub to appear in Google search or hub-pages search
Belated thanks for counseling patience. Even Googling now shows my hub related to the "battle of mons" in page 2 of results.
by Jemimah Hall 3 years ago
Where is my Hub? I've just made it and can't find it using a search.
by imran205 5 years ago
I have published my hub on 26 mar and it has a score of 70 but I can't find my hub in google search.I can find my hub in hubpages using the keyword I am targeting but I cant find it on google.
by Kylyssa Shay 24 months ago
I have a hub that currently gets an amount of Google views per day I'm not allowed to specify, but which is certainly much more than most of my hubs that have already been moved were getting on Hubpages proper. Unfortunately, I think that there may not be a place for it on a HubPages network site...
by Josen 5 years ago
I can't find my hub on hubpages. profile says it is 'featured'... where is my hub?My first hub is "featured". However, when I search for it in the search box at top, it doesn't come up. Also, just browsing through topics doesnt' enable me to find my hub... where is my hub!? anyone help?
by tlmcgaa70 6 years ago
How come I can't find my hub when searching for it on google search?http://tlmcgaa70.hubpages.com/_lw12gm77 … aking?donei listens to a podcast on making my title SEO friendly, and went back and changed my title to make it SEO friendly...then went searching for it using the name of the...
by Scott S Bateman 19 months ago
I received an email that a new Hub is "eligible" for a niche site. But it suggests I need to proofread it before it can move over. I edited the article for readability and ran it through a spelling and grammar checker before I published it. After receiving the email, I reread it and ran...
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