Once a Hub is published and indexed on Google, is the indexing cast in concrete? Or does Google update it's listing (however slowly) to reflect article edits?
I've made improvements to my first featured article, including the synopsis — frankly not long after it got QA-approved and published a few days ago. The Hub score (~70 or 71 average) suggested looking for places to improve. I found some and made a series of edits over multiple days (the last one, hopefully, today). I no longer find my article as a direct Google hit following the edits. Does that mean Google is updating my information, and hits will appear again later to reflect the edits?
by Marilyn Lane4 days ago
An article of mine was recently edited by a Hubpages editor, and moved to a Hubpages Network site. While I do quite approve of the edits of the article, and the opportunity to reach a specific audience---is this normal?...
by Ruby T2 weeks ago
I had an article that was consistently getting 1500 views/day. Then I was contacted by a HubPages editor who said she was going to tweak the page, update the illustrations, etc. Great, fine! The DAY her changes went...
by Ann Hinds3 years ago
As I plow through the lenses to become hubs, two of them I edited do not show the change date of the edit although the updates are visible. Since I am using the date to keep track of the edited lenses, I keep re-editing...
by Andrew Orrell6 years ago
Usually when I publish a new Hub I find that Google picks it up within 24hours. I've even seen it happen it in less than 2 hours on an odd occasion. This past week though I have published 5 Hubs. Each...
by Paul Edmondson2 years ago
We are very pleased with the results of the domains that have launched so far. I want to give folks an update on what we are doing and how the process is working.We have about 25 domains that we plan to launch in...
by Don33 hours ago
Some articles you can add to (or update?) every week, but should you? Does anyone know if how often you add to an article changes (positively or negatively) your views, earning potential, etc.
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