I haven't had a new hub indexed by Google since 09/24/09. 10 hubs since then are not in Google at all. Is anyone else seeing a problem like this? Is anyone else checking their hubs to see if they are indexed?
I just checked after you mentioned it and I think you are correct , but I hope I'm wrong
I know the answer, but Im not going to help you, not after the way you spoke to me the other day.
The hub I published on Sep 30th is indexed, but the Hub I published on Oct 1st isn't yet. I'd say I'm seeing about the same time frame as Nellie.
A week isn't really a problem. Elsewhere it can take much longer. Just keep writing hubs. As you create a large portfolio of hubs, the older ones will keep making money, while the newer ones find their way into google, yahoo, and bing.
Okay! I know, dumb question,
how do you check to see if you are indexed? I've always wondered and meant to ask.
Here's how I do it:
Visit your hub in your browser.
Copy the entire URL from the browser address bar to the clipboard
Paste the url into the search bar, click submit
Your hub should be the first result. If it's not there, i assume it's not been indexed by Google.
You can repeat the process with the other search engines.
I made a thread about this and people just keep telling me its gonna take 6-7 days. Well..today is the 7th of October and my Hub from the 29th still isn't indexed.
All have been indexed now, it does take exactly 7 days from the same hour you post it (in most cases).
All of the hubs that I have published today, and yesterday, are indexed in google. I dont know whether they have fixed a problem.... or whether they just like me for some reason or another.
It's a Gaboon Viper ... Beware, as it might bite you in the asp.
One Hub I published on 10-6 is indexed now, but another on the same day isn't.
It seems to be kinda hit and miss since 9-29.
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