I got my hub on first page of google and the next day its gone. Google still indexes it but it does not show on 1 st page. Any idea or help related to this. Any feedback would highly be appreciated.
Check on scroogle.org, checking from your browser is not a true representation of your google rankings.
Also remember that Google gives a 'boost' to new content which soon fades.
Google considers this new content as the most important after it's most recent code update (called caffeine) so as such the newest content will show up first. Then you have to build authority around the work for it to rank highly again.
thisisoli you are right, i had a few hubs that went on the first page of google but after a week later it was gone. I still have a few that are on the first page of Google though. The only thing I can suggest to you smaq is that to publish articles with very good titles. This will work.
Thanks a lot liljen23 and thisisoli. I guess i ll publish new hubs working on my title trying to make them better and see where it ends up on google. Again thanks a lot guys.
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