If you get a backlink to a hubpage from another site, how long is it before google et al pick up on it?
As long as it takes- no one knows except Google and they ain't saying - it varies widely depending on the topic the age of both sites, the phase of the moon and who knows what else!
what sort of time scale, do you know? Hours, days, weeks, months?
I had an old blog that just could not get ranked for the life of me. A gave up on it, then a year and a half later I decided to check up on it, and what do you know. There it was on google.
It could have been the day after i stopped updating it. Who knows.
It does take time.
on the oppposite end of the spectrum...you can get indexed in an hour
I would guess it may depend on the traffic to your site....just a couple of days ago.. the ebay community, had an issue with auctiva.com... i wrote a quick venting article-just a blog post nothing informative
50 hits in the first hour - so i quickly wrote 3 more articles/ a hub page - bookmarked it across the social bookmarking sites and stuck it into topblog lists
(the blog itself was already indexed - with a couple other posts being number 1 in google for their search terms)
it was hit 1-7 on google page 1 for 3 diff search strings -withinn the hour
I dont think there is any real rhyme or reason (but traffic has to be a consideration as does backlinks)
I linked that same article over to a brand new page I created with a dupe post (unindexed) that page was indexed within the hour also
this all happened yesterday ....and that search term will be dead forever by tomorrow
luckily the traffic generated 15 amazon sales and 2 clickbank sales..so ws worth an hours labor -plu sits kind of fun to see the changes in real time
I wondered, because checking a couple of mu hubs, they seem to have no backlinks at all, and I know they do actually have some.
You can try submitting your hub's rss feed to an rss submitter.
I don't know any good ones, I can't recommend. Im not even sure how effective it is.
Just throwing ideas out.
Take a look here:
This one tends to give more detail than the google search.
Oh, I've been using siteexplorer too. It's great. Seems yahoo doesn't obey the nofollow because i can find a lot of nofollow links in siteexplorer. Interesting.
NO Follow is a HTML tag created by google, but many of the major search engines do recognize the tag. The rules they apply to it vary though..
So I tried searching up my first hub post on google and i can't find it. It doesn't seem to be indexed yet. Is there some sort of nofollow on the hub by default? I'm not falking about hyperlinks from my hub. I mean, my hub being on google.
You posted it 3 days ago. Just have some patience and build some more backlinks to help the search engine spiders to help find you.
This might help give you some ideas for gaining backlinks
i will say it will be permanent...i mean once its been stored in google's database will stay there...may be after some time google might go on that site and if your link is deleted then may be you lost that backlink....still its a guess...well serch on the net ...might get good ideas......plz dont forget to share it...lol...
I find that linking to my hubs from a site that is frequently "spidered" and indexed quickly by G helps.
On two of my blogs, my content is indexed in G within minutes it seems. By linking (relevantly of course) to my hubs, I find that they get indexed not too long after.
I always thought it depends on how quickly the site that linked to you gets crawled. So for example, if you're using Hubpages to give backlink to your personal site, the link will be established within 1-2 days.
by Michelle Cesare 11 years ago
Hello Hubbers,I learned about creating backlinks from Hubbers and I want to say thank you for teaching me the backlink method.I took the time to search for my backlink URL and was pleasantly surprised to see my backlink URL indexed to search engines.Do any of you manually submit your backlink links...
by Gary Anderson 7 years ago
I thought if a hubpage was listed in Google search it was featured. But apparently that is not the truth. I guess I will keep the hubs up and run my own check on them.
by David Stillwell 10 years ago
How long does it take for a hub to reach the search engines once it is published?People talk about aged hubs, etc. what about new hubs, published, etc. how long do they take to be found in search engine searches....
by Laura Rash 10 years ago
OK - I've tried google and yahoo and even when I type in my exact hub title I'm not finding it ANYWHERE!Why and how can I correct this so I can earn money?I have tags built in and everything... not too sure what I'm missing and need some help please.
by Farah Jawad 10 years ago
hey!!anybody has any idea how long it takes hubs to come on search engines??
by Xenonlit 9 years ago
How and where can we get our hubs indexed in search engines?There are some hubs and articles, but they are not up with the times. Is there a list of places where we can index our hubs ourselves?
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