I recently learned to use Blogger. The last step was submitting to the big three. I am curios as to how this is done with HubPages.
Thanks for any help
They should find you pretty quickly without any action on your part. You can always check if a page has made it into the index by searching for "site:" and then the url in google or yahoo. For instance:
You aren't in yet, but you should be in a day or two.
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