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How to submit to Bing?
I'm trying to submit my hubs to Bing but I'm not sure how to do it. Do I submit each hub individually or do I just submit my profile page?
Also how do I verify I'm the owner of the site(s) I'm submitting? Neither of the three options are possible.
As far as I know you do not submit to Bing. Bing is like every other mainstream search engine in that it indexes webpages that are already available. So the key to being listed in Bing Search results is to create hubs. If each hub is up to standard then it will be indexed by Bing Automatically.
You can of course check if your profile and Hub's are being indexed by Bing. Just type in your user name and the title of one of your hubs at Bing and search. If all is well Bing should bring up your user name and your hubs in it's search results.
Good Luck and I hope this answer helps.
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