Hello, my most recent hub appears to be absent from Google Search. Anyone else in a similar situation? My first two showed up within 3 days, yet my most recent one has yet to show up anywhere from what I can see.
It could take weeks/months/days for a result to be added to Google search, in some cases, they are never even added.
Google can take a long time and like another comment sometimes never.
Sign up for webmaster tools. There, you can request that google search it out and then index it. That usually takes 24 hours or less. Of course, it must be off of pending status first.
Here's info on the most recent one that doesn't seem to have appeared:
Well done! This high quality, engaging Hub is Featured on other Hubs and Topic Pages, and has the opportunity to be listed in search engine results.
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