How long does it take Google to crawl a not featured hub?
I published a not featured hub 8-9 days ago, but I cannot find it on Google yet. I know it should take from 2 to 7 days. Is something changed about that?
I am new to this also and i would like to know the answer.
If your hub is not featured, it will never appear on Google´s search engine.
I would recommend you post this on the forums to find advice on how to change it so that it is featured and will appear on Google.
DrMark1961 has answered well. Only featured hub gets indexed by Google.
If it's not featured try submitting it to Google and other search engines directly. Also submit it to webmaster's tools and analytics. That will force Google to crawl it instead of letting Hubpages choose.
Your hub will not get indexed by Google unless it can find it. You can submit it to Google directly or link to it by a hub that is featured and it will get picked up that way too. How long it takes can vary. It depends on how long Google takes to crawl your hub. It can take anywhere from a few days or up to 2 to 3 months. Usually hubs will get indexed faster if you link to it from a featured hub.
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