If you publish a new hub, is it important that you submit it to google webmaster tool?
I mean, I already submitted my site, unknownspy.hubpages.com to webmaster tools. so if I publish a new hub, does that mean that I must submit again new hub's url? I think i've read this somewhere that they submitting the url of EVERY HUB? Pls help...
It is not required because hubpages will do the promoting by itself but I still do post my URL for every hub I published at google submit, bing, plazoo , Facebook and twitter. I noticed that my post will appear at goggle after 24 hrs.
Google does a pretty good job of crawling by itself, but it doesn't hurt to submit a page, especially if you have made significant changes to it.
Another way to do this and get a wider spread is to use any of the free ping sites on the web. That way you send a "wake-up" call to dozens of search sites.
You can easily achieve rank 1 in low competition keywords through hubpages without using advance SEO strategies or tools. I suggest you focus more on targeting an audience and using the right keywords since SEO is done by hubpages for you, as far as I know. Good luck and have a great day!
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