Hub was updated...why wasn't the information?
I received a warning from HubPages that one of my articles was too much like an article I wrote for a magazine, so I changed the article, and the title; however, the title in the search field has not changed and when copied it still shows the old content. Why??
This article has not been scanned by the search engine yet. It takes a few days. Check when it was last scanned on the hub. Go to 'Stats' in the hub and then 'Search', then look under 'Last Crawl'. That will tell you when it was last scanned.
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