I recently started a new blog with Blogger ... and it still hasn't been indexed on Google. I guess I've gotten spoiled because Hubs get indexed pretty quickly. How long did it take for your blogs to actually be found online? It's been three days so far and nothing. Thanks.
It might require a few high-quality backlinks for Google to "recognize" it.
Lissie (Sowerbutts) has written about Blogger, either in a hub(s) or on her blog or both.
There is no time frame that a newblog will be indexed in, your best bet is to put up a bunch of backlinks at places that you know are indexed frequently
Your hubprofile is a good bet and your oldest top hubs...plsu whatever sources you may have outside of hubpages
It is very simple, create a new hub, with one or two links to your blog, since the hubs get indexed quickly, your blog will be indexed pretty soon. Otherwise it will take a long time
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