I am having trouble getting my page indexed in google .The link to
the hot hubs link is indexed, but not the page itself. Does anyone have any ideas? Thanks in advance.
The key to getting indexed is getting backlinks to your page. Is the page a hub you created or a website?
It doesn't hurt to directly submit the page to google rather than what for the bot to show up.
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