Add your URL to Google
Have a question that is maybe sill but here goes. Are we allowed on HubPages to use Add your URL to Google or is it automatically done when we post a new hub?
this is simple just go to the page and write your url
I guess it is automatically submitted to Google the moment we publish it..
Google is working very smartly and we need not to add our link of any platform to Google it crawls automatically.
I believe that google crawls it automatically so we really dont have to do anything for it to get indexed
There is no need to add hub url to google url... It usually get indexed quickly, so there's no need for it.
Professionalhub's link seems correct. I have submitted my URL to Google and other search engines, and written about how to do it. Although your Hubs will be indexed eventually, it doesn't hurt to get in line and let them know you exist ... especially now we have our own subdomains! Loving that move by the way.
I think its already added...by Google when a particular hub is written.
Try not to add your URL to Google manually. It is better for the Google search robots to index your hubpages based on back-links, tags and related articles. Letting the robots follow your articles automatically will yield better search index results. Also try to get your account as a subdomain which will further increase your article views.
It is usually done automatically.Google's indexer spiders takes time to visit sites, therefore it may take a little time.
Hubpages is very very popular site and Google crawl it regularly because of updation of new content. So dont submit the URL in Google it will crawl automatically.
Here is the URL for your question on Hubpages, "Add your URL to Google:"
http://hubpages.com/question/122035/add … -to-google
I got that URL from the browser of my computer. Every article on Hubpages got an online address that is call the URL and upon clicking on it brings up the content. Publishing on Hubpages indicates that the URL is on Google. It is the ranking of the article on the Google Search Engine and the number of keywords that indicate if an internet user clicks on your URL.
since hubpages are crawled and spidered your hupages will be indexed also.
google tends to find and index good sites and pages really quickly. I would not do much if I were you.
Based on my experience google crawl my site 4 days after I created it I dont think you should do anything. As hubpages is a popular site I believe Google bot try to crawl it every week
It's automatically done, so there is no need to do it yourself.
Hub page and Google are business partners, so it is there by default, any additional setting is welcome though because it gives you an edge.
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