Is it best to submit your hubs' urls to search engines like google or not?
Or should I not submit since it is done differently since I do not own hubpages? Do msn, bing, google,etc automatically index my pages?
I am waiting to see the answer to your question as it is one I have wondered as well.
I'm not sure if you should submit your URLs to search engines, but I've been receiving traffic from Bing even though I've never even been to that site.
No need to explicitly submit to the search engines, as they eventually "crawl" and find out your stuff. When and how differs for each search engine . Google has this "deep crawl" and "fresh crawl" methods ...(google for details).
Though there is some time lag eventually they will crawl and include it in their Index - so there is no need to submit it to search engines explicitly.
Just thought I'd put it to the test and checked a hub which I published about a week ago, and yes, it's been indexed by Google.
The general opinion is that it is not necessary to submit your hubs as Google's spiders will visit frequently as content here changes fast.
by Michelle Cesare 8 years ago
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by Ashish Joshi 6 years ago
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by Peter Freeman 9 years ago
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by Gary Anderson 3 years ago
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by kelleyward 6 years ago
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by Christina 8 years ago
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