A month ago I published an article that made page 1 (number 5 spot) last week. In hope of boosting it further up the results I added a map last night. Today it has disappeared from page one. I searched up to page 10 of the SERPs and can't find it.
Has this happened to anyone here before? And what did you do to fix it?
I need some details to help you out:
1. The name of the hub that you are referring to.
2. First published date, when last month? (last published if it were unpublished and then republished)
3. Was it recently moved to a niche site?
Thanks for helping!
The article was published 03/14, moved to niche in a day or two and I first noticed it was on page 1 for targeted keywords - these will be obvious from its title- last week. I was surprised, but it stayed there for at least days at the number 5 or 4 position, before disappearing.
https://wanderwisdom.com/travel-destina … n-Brooklyn
I see you at #9 for: "things to do with kids in ...."
Ok. Thanks. That was quick!
I just checked all the way to page 6 and didn't find it, but all I need to know is that it is still there so that I know where to target my efforts. Thanks again, Lodobrandon!
When I looked on StartPage, which is based on Google, your hub is #5
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