why my hub is not showing up in google search. even after searching with the title of the hub, first page results points to other sites. by by searching by address i am able to reach the hub. am i doing something wrong as i am new here. really need help.
46 hours maybe a little soon to expect it to be reliably indexed by the Google... Give it time...
It does take more than 37 hours sometimes for you hubs to be indexed. It would slowly rise through to the top if it is good with some time as Izzy says.
Keep writing and welcome to Hubpages
thanks to everyone.people at hubpages are really helpful. as sofs and leanman said, i will check it after few days+ thanks izzy for that info. also what do you think about my hub. well that's my first
I thought the grammar and spelling could do with being brushed up on a little, but if English is your second language you made a very good attempt.
Don't worry about it, because Google bots can't actually read
The important thing was that your hub was informative and nicely laid out. Well done and welcome to Hubpages
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