K, I know that sometimes within half-an-hour of publishing a hub, I can see my hub up there in the search engine heaven getting Google love. But what about after updating a page? I had to ask because I see stuff that has been more than a week old in Google's cache even though I'd put in countless mini touch-ups after that.
Just give it time, depending on the kind of site google will index and update it to different schedules.
Hubpage gets more preferential treatment than say perhaps your personal site!
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