I woke up this morning, saw an email from google to say that they could not access my site. I have contacted my webhost, they said my site is up and running, what should I do?
Before I got email, I noticed that my new articles werent indexed. What do you suggest I do, My traffic is dying off. I used to get 1000 plus quality traffic per day, now is just around 550.
Your help would be greatly appreciated.
Thanks in anticipation.
Hey chinweike! Don't panic- Google sometimes takes a while to index Featured Hubs. You can go to the Hub's Stats section to see when it was last crawled by Google (though a Hub that is crawled isn't necessarily indexed).
There's nothing you can really *do* to get Google to listen- though it does help to write a Hub that people want to share via social media- we've found that early traction gained via social media shares can help.
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