I'm just now getting into the stats on my Hubs, learning as I update old material and noticed
many of my hubs were crawled by G and other search engines within the last 24 hours.
How often does Google et al. crawl your hubs?
I'm eager to see how said crawls affect my traffic, so I'm trying to keep track .
What have you experienced?
How often you get crawled will relate directly to your publishing activity. If you publish regularly, Google will crawl very promptly.
All of my 75 hubs are being crawled by Google and Bing at least every 24 hours. Most new hubs are crawled within a day.
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