I am not sure of the best way to do this. But using the following search term appears to show pages that have not been re-indexed and cached by Google. Essentially you search for your old subdomain contents. The few subs that I have tried showed about half remain to be re-indexed.
If you look at the cache for the results of this search you will see that most of these have not been cached after 1 Nov and the cache is for the old subdomain version. This may help to implement the suggestion from Paul E => "If a page hasn't returned to its previous ranking after two weeks, the best thing to do is to update the content on the page." Authors can no longer use Google Webmaster Tools (Search Console) to submit to index.
by Nell Rose 4 years ago
I have checked a few of my articles over the course of a week, not all of them but most of the popular ones, and I noticed that when I put them in Google search they only show up through another link such as Pinterest or Twitter. They seem to have totally disappeared apart from that. Any help you...
by Barack James 4 years ago
Have been through confirming Google-indexed-hubs in my HP's account; I had to use the Google search with first paragraph of each hub in a quotation mark. It was a hectic experience and am wondering if there is any other fastest way of doing this- All the same; the results were impressive as all my...
by Stacie L 6 years ago
According to the seo website analysis I need to have shorter urls to get better indexing. I didn't think that mattered but what do I know?To do this I would have to delete and wait a few weeks to be de-indexed and change url and publish again.Is it worth it?
by Yvonne Spence 5 years ago
I love HubPages, I feel that I have learned so much here and my confidence in writing non-fiction took such a huge leap when I was invited onto the Apprenticeship program last year. I have met some wonderful people here - both staff and other Hubbers. But as may other people have said, the idling...
by Dr. John Anderson 5 years ago
The Googlebot visits new hubs within 30-60 minutes while they are in 'Pending' mode and the NOINDEX tag is in place for 24 Hours. This means that the bot does not index the page, and does not return for days or weeks. New pages do not get indexed for days or weeks. This causes lost traffic and lost...
by Bruce Deitrick Price 5 years ago
Topic: Why don't titles show up in Google???For example, here's a good title, posted on Oct. 5; "Why American Kids Can't Do Math"Not found in Google. Why not?Many of my articles, on other sites, appear next day or in a few days. I'm not in a hurry. But hubpages places a lot of...
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