Did a Google search of HUBPages. Just typed “HUBPages” in the search box. HUBPages appeared in the search results. (Obviously.) But right underneath within the HUBPages search results was another search box, allowing you to search the HUBPages site ONLY. Does anybody know how that's done OR is it only done for certain sites by Google?
There is a custom search engine available from Google free of cost or another improved version against some payment. Hubpages must have subscribed perhaps to these engines. You can also subscribe for it for any of your sites.
Here is the link for it. https://cse.google.co.in/cse/
You are awesome! Thanks for the response. The link you gave is for India, but I'll figure out the one for the USA. Cool!
Yes, just now I realised this fact. It is dot co dot in. So, you need to remove dot in and make it https://cse.google.com/cse and then look the results.
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