When you submit your URL's to google & yahoo, do you have to verify that you own them using a html
code or meta tags? Or is it automatic with hub pages??
There should be no reason to submit URL's to either search engine for you hubs. HubPages is crawled frequently, and your hubs should get indexed without any requirement from you.
It may actually hurt your ranking with Google to submit the URL to a hub, but I am not sure about Yahoo.
by Helen Laxner2 weeks ago
How do I know if all my featured hubs are indexed under Bing, Yahoo, and others? Does Hubpages submit each of my url's to each of my articles to all these search engines or do I need to do that myself for search engines...
by west407 years ago
I have made some changes in some of my hubs and am wondering if I should resubmit these url's or if they will automatically be "crawled" and I do not need to resubmit. Any help will be appreciated and I...
by Norman Stein5 years ago
Just a thought, with all the Panda stuff going on I was wondering if anyone has tried going this route.
by Poon Poi Ming4 years ago
Hi, I'm trying to submit my hubs to Bing/Yahoo for indexing but they need me to verify ownership of my subdomain by one of several methods, i.e.Option 1: Place an XML file on your web serverOption 2: Copy and paste...
by LucidDreams5 years ago
With all of the changes Google is consistently making, Submitting to Bing, (Which has an ever growing search user index) may be a good idea. They have webmaster tools and in you focus more on getting traffic from...
by PoeticPhilosophy4 years ago
I have tried in the past to submit my content to Bing/Yahoo and the 3 option's they have to confirm your site does not work.. I have heard other people say they submit their hubs to there so how do I submit my content...
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