Are Hubs automatically added to the Google search engine?
Normally, you would have to add your website to Google in order for it to appear in search results. Does this need to be done with Hubs?
Nope, Google will come find you in time. That's not to say that adding your subdomain url manually to search engines is a bad idea. Just don't do it too often.
Hubpages is a very popular website. Google crawls this site constantly.
Your Hub will likely be indexed on the first day it is published. Depending on timing, it can be within a few hours.
That does not mean your hub will ever show up in a SERP (search engine result page). That is all relevant to the user's query, the relevancy on your content, and the reputation of your page, among other things.
Hope this helps!
Thanks for the answers fellow Hubbers! YAAAY(Making answer long enough for HubPages)
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