Hello everyone, I took a look at my keyword tab and decided to change some of my titles from my hubs and I wanted to see how long it will take to get indexed by Google with those titles? could it be anywhere from a week or a month?
I don't know, liljen, whenever I've tried to change titles I rarely see them updated.
Oh ok, I hope it updates soon I may started getting some traffic..I really do think the keyword tab was a great idea..I am grateful for it..
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