This one is baffling to me - i cant seem to get this hub to index in google. Any thoughts - I social bookmarked it and I pulled it in to my blogger. I have not written many hubs but this is by far my favorite platform
Thanks for any insight.
I don't know whether you've tried this or not, but you can manually submit your hub to Google. However, that doesn't necessarily mean they have to index it. If you don't know how to do it, just go to Google and type submit url in the search box. The site will come up for you.
I am pretty sure manually submitting it to google wouldn't work in this instance, because that is typically for new web pages(like huubpages.com) and not sub-pages like your hub is.
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