Since the introduction of new system of making hubs wait for 24 hours before let the search engine crawlers to sneak in has created great problems for me. The newly published hubs are not being indexed by the search engines. Is there any technical problem?
Probably, crawlers are now remembering the robots.txt used to hide this hubs for 24 hours. That is why they are not coming back to index my hubs.
Hub published : Sept 26, 2012 - still not indexed despite some social media submission and twitter retweets, facebook likes.
What can I do? Please help.
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