I only created my hub 2 hours ago, it is already indexed and I have my first hit.. well done hubpages!!! This is the place to be to get your webpage indexed quickly!!
Nah, this is the place to get 'indexed, deindexed, and then reindexed really quickly', you must be thinking of somewhere else
good job, keep up the good work, now write more hubs. LOL
Congrats! What an exciting development!
Also -(from another Forum post of yours) - I hope you get your slow connection-editing-uploading-Hubbing struggles worked out to your satisfaction, and very soon at that.
I've found some hubs get indexed within hours, others days, and some weeks.
At one point, my hubs were getting indexed like a week and a half after initial publish date.
One way to get your hubs indexed VERY fast is to use a pinger.
I've had them indexed within 10 minutes!
I can usually see a influx of traffic after a week of publishing a series of hubs, I guess it depends on the topic.
Google recently announced they were going Caffeinated - meaning they were indexing MUCH more quickly and giving big preference to newsworthy/relevant topics. You'll find more Twitter updates and recent articles near the top when you search noteworthy topics now.
From a hubber's point of view, this should help (as seen) us get indexed much quicker.
G O O G L E love HubPages
Congrats headed over to check you out now...
I've also noticed hubs getting picked up much more quickly in recent weeks, even without pinging them. They do seem to drop back a bit though if you don't keep fresh link juice going too them until they establish some history and stability.
by Dr. John Anderson4 years ago
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by Suzanne Day3 years ago
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by Brenda Barnes4 years ago
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by Dan Harmon6 years ago
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