How many of you 'ping' your hubs? Is it good practice to do so
I have read many times it is good to ping your blog posts, so I was wondering can we ping the hubs too? What exactly will pinging the hubs/blogposts do to bring traffic? Is it good practice or not. I am a bit confused regarding this, can someone please help me out
Pinging is like letting people you know that you have posted something online. When you send out a ping you are simply notifying indexing sites that you have updated your website (as in HP account) and submitting the URL of that new page (as in HUB) you have just added.
This then indexes your url ready for others to find and come to read.
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