I changed one of my hub titles, but the change isn't reflecting in Google. Does this take a while or are we just stuck with what we originally wrote? Thanks!
Google isn't aware of the change until it re-crawls your Hub. Next time Googlebot comes by your Hub title will be updated in the search results.
How fast your hub gets crawled will depend on how much traffic you get.
If you get loads the update will happen very fast
If you get hardly any, you could be waiting weeks
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