After I publish my hub on hubpages I share it with my followers, twitter and Facebook. What I never do is submitting my hub url separately to different Search Engine sites.
Is it necessary to submit to the Search Engines separately or it is the job of the Hubpages? Clarify if possible. Thanks in advance.
You can speed up the process by adding your HP address to search engines, but Google, Yahoo!, Bing and Duck Duck Go crawl the site and find your page automatically.
If you use Google Analytics, you can manually cause Google to crawl your site, but like I said, it is done automatically. Hope this helps!
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