I am sure that this question has been asked before, but do each of our hubs have to be submitted to the search engines? I know that Google has my hubs on it, but what about Yahoo, Ask.com, Bing, and others.
I have never submitted a single one of my Hubs to a search engine. HubPages gets crawled by them pretty much daily.
even if you werent on hubpages its no longer standard practice to bother submitting to searchengines, indexing via backlinks should suffice
yep, what relache said. in fact i am surprised at the traffic i get from yahoo and bing.
and backlinking is drawing traffic too...
I appreciate the information. I read something about submitting and it helped them out with traffic. Just seeking some advice. Thanks again.
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