I wrote articles for Sentry Gun Safes and Winchester Gun Safes, and for weeks, they came up when I would search for those terms. Now, nothing at all comes up. Even if I type in my own name, nothing comes up. Can you help me understand what's happening?
Google has no longer indexed it. Have you tried to submit your hub to social network such as Digg, Delicious or Stumble Upon? It should help to get back links.
I have also discovered that if you overly promote your links in the social bookmarking sites, you may get dereferenced from Google. It works best to get to know the community first, then introduce your links very slowly.
do you mean google search engine results or hubpages search results? I can see your hubs come up in both, however google doesn't list your hubs in top results, because it deems other sites to be more relevant to these search terms.
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