Three weeks ago a hub cleared edit. Google crawled twice afterwards, and Yahoo once. It is indexed only on Yahoo. Bing recently crawled. I pinged it when it came put of edit. Is the date crawled only on new hubs, and how is it possible for staff to know those dates? Is it a record? Let's see what is happening to others.
I see that Bing crawl so much more often than Google, I wonder how many people actually use Bing though. I really wish Google could do it so quick and frequent as Bing seems to.
by Darla Dollman 3 years ago
I'm having problems with everything on Hub Pages right now. I cannot comment on my own Hubs, which is preventing me from participating in conversations. I cannot correct two problems that were noted two weeks ago. I am logged on, I've cleared my cache, I keep trying at different times every day,...
by ansonabey 7 years ago
Do you add your hubs to yahoo index
by Eugene Brennan 2 weeks ago
It's nearly a week now since I wrote a new hub and it isn't indexed. Usually I do multiple forced crawls (2 usually work to get them to index).
by Iðunn 9 years ago
I would appreciate if Staff would tell me whether GamerGirl and Whitney, both of whom have chosen to crawl through all my output (output which staff courteously restored after I had totally deleted it on my sabbatical) and repetitively downthumb and flag me, have been assigned by staff as my...
by Amy 5 years ago
Why has Google not indexed my hub, although Bing and Yahoo have?My hub on Acid Attacks on Women is 8 days old and I pinged it after publishing it. It still does not appear to be indexed in Google, but it does show up on Bing and Yahoo searches. Google does have all of my other hubs. What's up?
by StuartJ 10 years ago
I just had a hub called as "Overly Promotional". It's not a great Hub, but I can't see how it can possibly fit that description. It's here:http://hubpages.com/hub/super14It is about the Super 14 Rugby Competition and provides many links to sites with info about the teams involved -- links...
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