Does it mean that some of my hubs that are no longer featured are de-indexed by Google?
Two of my hubs were once on page one which means they were very much indexed by Google (obvious of course) but now when I searched on Google I find that they are not there anymore. Any ideas? Thank you.
If they've been unfeatured, you'll see this on your account page here on Hubpages. You may have lost ranking in Google when Penguin came out. Google is now geared toward long-tail search terms instead of keywords, which means that some hubs may need to be adjusted in order to regain ranking.
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