Help please - I was so excited to see two days ago that I was actually in 3rd place on page 1 of the hot hubs - now my hub appears to have disappeared from view - went looking for it - checked up to 30 pages of hot hub links (saw 2 others of mine in the search), I haven't been flagged and this morning I thinks it's score was around 81; so if someone can please tell me what this means I would be most grateful? Has it been removed for some reason? or has it been sandbagged or buried in a sandpit or whatever the "google" term is for losing it? Maybe I have transgressed unknowingly or broken some hub rule - help is required please. Thanks in advance.
Thanks Relache for your answer I had already read that explanation about what is a hot hub. However my query really relates to why in the space of 24/48 hours it has gone from 3rd place on page 1 to nowhere? How does that happen?
ok thanks darkside - this is normal is it? from 3rd on page 1 to nowhere and I checked up to page 30. I just don't understand it - I just googled the key words - signs of infidelity - and the hub i am talking about is sitting at no.3 of 55,000. it's just that i am not understanig how hot hubs works.
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