I am new to hubpages. When I edit the title of my featured hub, and then google the new title exactly even after a day, it does not show up in the google search. What does that mean? Is my hubpage not viewed at all? Or even if it is edited and published again, only the first title counts?
When your Hub author score is higher, then your Hubs will be made available to search engines. Right now, search engines are not allowed to view your Hubs.
What the person above this said is total hogwash... All of your hubs are indexed right now and searchable on Google. The reason you can not find the new title is probably because Google does not crawl every single page of this site every day. If you change a title it may take up to a week for the new title to appear on the SERP's. You're old title is still there associated with the URL. Give it time and you will see it. Hubber score has nothing to do with whether a page will be indexed or not. If your hubs are featured then they are set to be crawled and indexed by the search engines. You're Hubber score will only affect outbound links from your hubpage as they will all be nofollow until your score is in the 70's.
Thank you.. That was informative and very helpful..
OMG! livewithrichard used "you're " instead of "your".
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