Just my personal rant for the day.
Been 10 days for a hub and still waiting.
Been over a month for a website article and still waiting.
Fortunately, throwing "how to submit a url to google" at them apparently solves the problem.
Got any related tips? Throw them here.
I always manually submit my URL's to Google. I don't wait for them. It definitely seems to help. Also, I've been getting some good traffic from Pinterest lately. I take advantage of adding relevant tags to the description box when I pin an article.
Hey, folks. I seldom drop by https://hubpages.com/my/hubs/traffic-sources , but I just noticed Bing and Yahoo aren't ignoring us nearly as much as they used to. Can't help but wonder if MVEN had anything to do with that.
I just assume when it takes longer for me to see traffic from Google than usual, it must be because I'm declining in ability. I've never been so vain as to search Google for my new article - No wait, It isn't that I'm not vain, it's that I fear rejection.
Who you callin´ vain, Willis?
I just checked the hub I published about a week ago and found out that it is indexed and already the featured snippet. (No, PDS, I am not going to complain about that!)
I used the Google "submit your article" feature since when I checked after a few days it was still not visible on my search.
I am proud to say Google has never rejected me. They just put me on page 100.
Update on my featured snippet: Still zero traffic from Google. Do I sense a pattern here, PDS?
by Eloop 8 years ago
I am new here and have posted 11 hubs.But, google hasn't indexed any of them. I even submitted the URL's to gogole, but still nothing. My main page is on google, but I don't really think anyone is googling my name. Any advice?
by Paul Edmondson 5 years ago
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