I wrote a hub called Mint Tea in Marrakech, which was really just a travel article about a trip I made there a few years ago. It wasn't really getting much traffic but when typing 'mint tea marrakech' into Google search engine it was on page 1 or sometimes page 2. Now it has disappeared altogether, I have checked the first 50 pages. What can have happened? I would appreciate any opinions.
There's no knowing. This just happens sometimes. Try getting a few backlinks to the hub, and maybe adding a highly-relevant news feed or RSS so that Google sees it as "fresh" content.
Check www.scroogle.org whenever you are checking your search ranking positions.
Wow I just tried that link out. It is awesome. I never heard of it before.
scroogle is the best . . sunforged turned me onto it last week .. the name itself just reeks of greatness
yeah scroogle is really useful for taking an unbiased look at your SERP's, Google tries to be helpful sometimes, as do some other addons and proframs (Even Stumbleupon), which is helpful, but can distort how well you think you are doing!
I just got your hub on Google Page 1 by typing in Mint Tea in Marrakech, if that makes you feel any better! Third one down.
No, it isn't there, though there is one called Mint Tea in Morocco, which I didn't know about when I published it otherwise I would probably have called it something else. What do you have to do on Scroogle? I clicked on the link but it looked a bit complicated!
Hmm not in a first page. looks like that was temporary boost for your page from google.
I can't find it indexed at all, this is pretty strange.
I cannot see any reason why Google would have de indexed it, but it doesn't seem to be there, anyone else see it?
Mint Tea in Marrakech site:hubpages.com
its new enough not to worry, build a few backlinks it should jump back
if you want a real easy way to use scroogle,
its an add-on that lets you add any search engines to your built in firefox search
I have :
ebay item id search
built in to my browser one click away
Thanks for all the replies, I was thinking I might just give it a new title, do you think that will help?
Hi Polly, I sent you an email!
I don't the the title is the problem here, rather the lack of visability Google has of it, my first bit of advice would eb to create a back link or two.
It might also help to include your key phrase another couple of times in the text!
I've just checked again and putting Mint Tea in Marrakech in Google search is still bringing up your hub on page 1, third one down. Maybe I have magic Google!
Just had a thought - could it be because I am in the UK and you are in the UK? Is Google returning a different search to me than they would to US hubbers?
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