Should i submit my hub pages to google or will hubpages automatically submit it to google?
I think you need to own the domain in order to submit it to google.
You can submit URL's to Google (and other search engines). HubPages won't do it for you.
However I don't bother with doing that. If your content is original and unique it will be found sooner rather than later and be indexed by Google without having to submit anything.
You really don't need to submit your hubpages to google at all. In fact many SEO experts recommend to just let google find it on it's own. They feel that if Google Bots find your site naturally by going from link to link google will rate your site a little better then if you submit. Who know maybe just a little lore and not much truth but it is pretty easy to get listed in google without doing anything. I typically post my hubpages to a few of the social networking sites and build one or two links and that does the trick.
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