I have create 2 hubs in 3 days ago and none of them get indexed in google.So, i would like to know about your hub and what you did to get your hub indexed by google?
Doesn't your hub tell us how to do that?
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For a $50 Donation to the HP/Google Christmas Party Fund; you can get indexed within 48hrs
I have found Google slower than usual for some of my newly published hubs of late, so it may take a week or so more than usual.
I've get my hub indexed within an hour through flickr and digg but want my true hub get index so i can seo it sooner.
I Want.... I Want.... You've answered your own question.. Haven't You?
Perhaps Google are showing you that your hub on How To Rank on the First Page of Google Needs some title editing?
Earnest has given you an indication timewise atm. There are NO Shortcuts here! If you believe that Digg or Flickr have prefered indexing abilities with search engines... then you should follow your belief.... Judging by your subject matter.. YOU already have all the answers... Why ask others?
BTW.... We also tend to respond better to people with the manners to say those simple little words... 'Please' and 'Thank you!'
Thank you,very constructive advise.Could you please show me another guide?thanks again.
indexing is just a first step. get some relevant backlinks to your hub. my experience is that google will get to your hub after sometime, even if you do totally nothing about it.
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