the past 4 hubs I did are featured, like all my hubs.. Usually google indexes them right away .. what is the issue ? What I did was submit my hubpages RSS feed in google webmaster tools, to see if that helps
the only reason I can think of is that google has not crawled hubpages lately? seems unlikely though
Big G will crawl some part of HP hourly or better, but that does not mean that it will crawl your account.
Just one thought; I notice that two of your recent hubs are both about baseball cards and you have 6 more hubs with "baseball cards" in the title. Some time ago I had a hub that took 6 weeks to index and believe the problem was that it had a very similar title as several other hubs. Google doesn't like it when you try to "corner the market" by writing multiple hubs about the same thing, and the bots aren't really smart enough to deduce that they aren't the same topic. Same keywords (baseball cards) so must be same topic. Something to watch for.
Go to one of your Hubs and click on the 'Stats' button from the top left menu bar. Then, click on the 'Search' button on the menu. That will tell you when the search engines last crawled your Hub. When you check the cache version of your Hub by entering the Hub URL in the search box on Google, you will see the date Google last updated the cache in its Index.
What Wilderness is pointing out is very true. You also need to check to see if any other Hub (not just yours) on HubPages is using a similar title and/or description tag. Google can perceive this as duplicate content.
Wilderness: If this is true then how do you successfully write within a niche?
I see my hubs were crawled, but that does not mean they were indexed. They are not . There is no reason I should not be in the top 10.
You have duplicated some content from your personal website in that Hub and then you gave a link back to your website. This tells Google that your website holds the original content and that your Hub is a duplicate. If I were you, I would remove that Hub and start over with a new URL and Hub Title. When the Hub is ranking well, then add a link to your website. As it is, Google has already made its decision about ranking your Hub and is unlikely to change its mind.
by Nathan Bernardo 3 years ago
On a different account, somewhat "experimental" account, one of my Hubs is unfeatured. Generally my inclination was to unpublish it and move it or just delete it. But I kept it and put it in a Hub group. Meaning, if the Hubs before and after it get traffic, possibly the unfeatured one...
by John Hansen 2 years ago
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by Faith Reaper 4 years ago
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by Missing Link 4 months ago
I'm thinking the answer is probably yes?If you have hubs that have been deemed "not featured", for one reason or another, will that factor into lowering your overall score/rating as a HubPages member? Example--let's say your overall rating is 75. If 10 non featured hubs become...
by Lena Kovadlo 5 years ago
If a hub is not featured does that mean that it doesn't get any search engine traffic from Google or other search engines?
by Simone Haruko Smith 5 years ago
Hey y'all!From time to time we hear concerns about newly-Featured Hubs not getting crawled for aaaaages, so we tried out a couple of different solutions (er- rather Paul Edmondson did; I can't take the credit) and finally found something that helps: increasing your subdomain's crawl rate through...
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