It's been awhile since I've published a hub. However, I finally did it. When I went to search for it via Google, it doesn't bring it up. Is there something that has changed with the search engines? Is there a way to make it google search worthy? Thanks!
Then it should get indexed in its due time as Keith pointed out above. There's no way for you to submit it to Googles index anymore without having access to the Search Console, so you would have to wait for Google to find it. I am not sure how long it takes on the HP domain, on the niche sites it usually takes from a day to three days from my experience, but I got just a few hubs.
How long ago did you publish the Hub? It takes a while for Google to find and index it. It doesn't happen "instantly."
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