If I change a hub, is it out of circulation for a day?
If I make the slightest change to a hub (correct a type, make a keyword change, etc), is it out of circulation as faras Google Search is concerned?
As long as it's still published, it stays the same to Google.
Google crawls sites every few hours or days, depending. If your hub IS unpublished, you'll only lose rank if Google crawls it during that time and finds it isn't there.
It's best to not unpublish hubs without a good reason - if Google recrawls while it's unpublished, its age will be reset to 0.
Well, I guess I can answer my own question now. I edited an existing, published hub (one that had an Idle Status of a faint yellow star) and made some minor changes-- text, title, keywords-- in edit mode. Note that I did not unpublish it. Anyway, that faint yellow star still displays (no gray rotating arrows for me). So, as far as I can tell, editing a yellow-star hub does not put it into the 24-hour verification period.
I don't see why it would be considered "out of circulation by Google. It changes immediately once you are done editing and it available instantly for reading. If your GREEN dot remains in the last column of your account page, I would think it was not effected at all, in any way.
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