How do I submit my hubs or hubpage profile to search engines to get more traffic?
http://support.google.com/webmasters/bi … wer=100782 How do I submit my page to search engines to get more traffic? Does the link attached explain what I should do and what does it all mean in layman's terms?
Brett Tesol wrote a hub on this with easy-to-follow instructions. All you do is go the sites and submit your URL. That's how easy it is.
You can write 'submit url to google' and then follow the simple instructions. Or 'submit url to bing' and do the same. It's a simple process. After that you can ping the url, which is the equivalent of telling everyone in a loud voice that your article is out and worth a visit! Write googleping and then copy your url and hubname into the right boxes.
Thank you for the tip I learned something new.
I went to Brett's hubpage as Olog suggested and it was really easy to follow his suggested and now I just pinged my profile page and that was also easy. Both of you are awesome. I have been wanting to do this for a while but couldn't figure it out.
HoneyBB Yahoo & Bing not provides you submit your url directly, For yahoo & bing both share same webmaster tool i.e bing. For submission in bing we have to verify the URL. And it is not possible to verify hubpage in google & bing webmaster tools.
But you have to submit website in other search engine, they have a option to submit your URL without verification.
I think if you have written most informative and content rich hubpages, Google and other major search engines will index them within one or two weeks. The traffic from Google and Yahoo will be always desirable as there is a chance to get more number of clicks in AdSense. So, it's not necessary to submit our Hubs to search engines. And you can also check out by entering your Hub title in Google search engine whether it has been indexed or not.
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