How much time Google takes to index the hub. if knowing very well we can edit our hub?
Want to edit our hub..
Editing your hub has nothing to do with how it will take google to index it.
I have had hubs indexed in a couple of hours, while others have taken as long as 6 weeks. For the most part, they are indexed within 24 hours.
If you submit your hubs to digg.com, they get indexed by Google within one hour's time.
My experience is the same as wilderness's - as little as an hour or as long as a few weeks.
As Wesman noted. Use social media sites to help google find your hubs. Google loves web 2.0 sites.
According to My experience it takes less than 24 hours to get your hub indexed in google,It will be best if you re edit your within 1 or 2 hour.Although if you edit your hub after a month then also google will update it in their cache memory.
i can it's a day as long as you promote your hub, for example you bookmark it to popular social bookmarking sites such as delicious, digg, stumbleupon and many more.
You can ping your hubs , this make it index fast .
Ex => pingler.com
Your Hub will be Indexed to Google in the exact time as it is written in the Hubpages Robots Metatags or the Robots text.
I use 7 days for my web sites, but Hubpages have a World huge Ranking and may be updated in the same day.
If you are curious about Robots Metatags please read this Article i made ( http://hubpages.com/hub/programming-a-b … ags-robots ) Then if you want to learn more, just follow the links at the bottom in the Programming.a.baby series, Thanks
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