It's been posted by other people a few times.
However, the article it has not indexed is a tutorial on getting an adsense account more quickly than applying by using hubpages.
Yahoo and Bing picked it up in a few hours, but google doesn't have it, days later.
Is it possible that google will not index it because it is perceived as a 'shortcut' for hubbers to get adsense approval?
I kind of doubt that google has the time to check on things like that, or that their crawlers are smart enough to discern that this 'shortcut', (which is legit, and helps the hubber gain web presence other than hubpages) bypasses lengthy wait time of hubbers adsense approval.
That kinda leaves google at just slacking, and as others have mentioned similar experiences, I have to kinda believe that google is just slow on the uptake at this point..
Which leads to a question on a personal level, is bing a faster, more accurate search engine now? Does it gather new data more quickly? Should the end user be using bing to receive the latest content on the web related to their interests?
What do ya think?
Assuming it is featured, just submit the link to Google for crawling. http://www.google.com/submityourcontent/website-owner/
Was going to wait to do that, see how long it took, but yeah, I'll go ahead and do it now.
My plagiarism tool results differ. Since your problem is getting indexed by Google, follow Psycheskinner's advice and the advice about pinging, and once your Hub is indexed, see if Google will rank for your keywords.
I think your tool sucks. If you'd read each article, you'd probably notice that they are quite different.
I'll add that your accusal of plagiarism is quite offensive, especially since your only proof is an unnamed tool from which you showed no data, and a real comparison of the two articles clearly shows my work was in no way copied from the one you propose it was.
When you ask for help about indexing on an open forum, you're going to get advice. Copied content is a main reason Hubs don't get indexed. Four days is plenty of time for Google to index a new Hub. You can hand-submit, ping, change some of your content around (Title and Description, especially) to resolve the problem. In the case of your Hub, it has been magically indexed now.
I was asking for opinions as to whether an article that describes to hubpage authors a faster way to get AdSense than applying through hubpages would somehow discourage google from indexing the site.
I also asked an opinion as to whether bing was possibly showing more recent and relevant results than google.
You offered no advice, Fox, only falsely and irresponsibly accused me of plagiarism with exactly zero evidence.
On a public forum. For writers.
Yeah, think about that one for a sec.
You might notice that it is near the top for many searches regarding AdSense and Hubpages in google search in a very short time after submitting it for indexing.
That tells me google doesn't think it's plagiarized.
What does that tell you?
I think it possibly might be telling you to do a tad of research before accusing people of something as crappy as plagiarism.
Maybe it's a saturated topic? Did you ping it?
Your article has content plagiarized from this one, which was published prior to yours:
The HP plagiarism filter must be on the blink.
Uh, I've never seen that article.
What part of my article is plagiarized?
In addition, they share nothing in common other than involving adsense...
Mine is about how to get an adsense account quickly, that one is, marginally. about how to use adsense...
/edit: about creating a custom adsense channel, actually, and that's about it.
Wait, are you just accusing me of plagiarism and linking to some random adsense oriented blog, or do you have a magic google-plagiarism ap that said I copied something from there?
Since the wizzley.com article was published in January, 2012, wouldn't anyone presume that your Hub was plagiarized from the original source of the content? It is the publishing dates which verify and accuse you of plagiarism.
People who write on HubPages to earn income don't appreciate plagiarists because:
1) if you publish plagiarized content here, Google may devaluate the entire HP website;
2) each of us must spend countless hours sending DMCA notices to people who have plagiarized our content and we, therefore, have a low opinion of plagiarists.
Yes, I have magical apps and magical pencils (read the Writer Fox Story).
Did you read the two articles...? They have very little in common...
Does that mean every article that everyone has written after that whizzley article that somehow involves adsense has somehow plagiarized that article, even if they share very little in common?
You really aren't making much sense.
From http://plagiarism-detect dot com/
1% Plagiarism detected
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