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What to do to to make my hub appear on Google search?

  1. Bhawna Sharma profile image71
    Bhawna Sharmaposted 8 years ago

    What to do to to make my hub appear on Google search?

    It is too surprising that after posting my first hub, when I tried to search it through google, I couldn't find it. I tried to find a combination of words including my name and the word 'hubpages' too, but by no way I could find it. Even when I am sure about the existence of hub, how can I expect that others would find it.

    I don't think that the words I chose for the title are less searched. I read some where that only good quality hubs appear on search. If so, who decide the quality? I am clueless; please help me out so that I wont repeat the same mistake with my next hub.

  2. Bhawna Sharma profile image71
    Bhawna Sharmaposted 8 years ago

    Gosh... This question has got so many grammatical and language errors. I guess it's the indication to me to retire for the day.

    Tell me, how can I withdraw a question, in case I find it erroneous?

  3. Susana S profile image95
    Susana Sposted 8 years ago

    It takes a while for google to index the page. What you need to think about is keywords and keyphrases. These are what we type in to find info on google. What would someone type in to find the info you're offering? Start trying to think like a search engine and your reader. Optimize your pages for search engine results. Here's a hub I wrote on it: http://hubpages.com/hub/increase-page-r … h-pagerank

    You're sure to find other hubs written on the topic if you use the search box above.

  4. Azhar Kamar profile image73
    Azhar Kamarposted 8 years ago

    Yes it takes a while for Google to index the hub page. The fastest I've observed my hub got indexed in Google was around 2 days.

    Optimize your hub for a good title (main title and URL), unique, and relevant content.

    One thing out of your question - I also noticed that hubs get indexed faster and ranked higher than Squidoo's lenses. I feel HubPages is the better choice for good exposure. ;-)

 
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