Recently two of my hubs are no longer visible in Google search,when I search by the URLs.One of the hubs is a week old only and used to found in Google search.Can I use Webmaster Tool to figure out the real problems with my hubs?Any suggestions please.
Its been happening to everyone. It indexes, dissapears, and will probably come back in a week or two. This happens to many hubs, just wait.
Ryan is right
but to specifically answer the question - NO - Google webmaster tools requires you to prove you own the domain - which you do not
Thanks for the suggestion.Now, I need to wait and see when my hubs come back in Google search.
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