Ok, so, a lot of you people get some of your traffic from google. uk, google, and other kind of googles, like different countries. How do i add my hubs to search engines like Yahoo and Bing and all the googles.
Good keyword research is paramount, perhaps followed by good SEO.
It may help to ping your hubs, and some hubbers report good results from backlinks (check out misha). Others, like myself, do little or no backlinking.
There is no direct way to get your hubs on search engines, however. You have to trust the crawlers to find you (they will!) and find your offering palatable (they may).
Time is a definite plus. While most hubs will be recognized in a couple of days or so, it will take time to rank well in most cases.
I'm still learning about good keyword research and all that good stuff.
Each search engine has webmaster tools and best practices. Key word search that request in each engine to find the link. Follow their best practices.
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