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?
How are you checking to see if your hubs are on Google?
I tried googleing the exact hub name. I also tried googleing the hub name and my name.
Google the actual URL to see if google has cached your page yet.
You can tell if it's cached by looking for the word 'cached' below the link description, this will show you how google views your webpage.
To start ranking for actual keywords takes time, especially if you are in a competitive field!
I don't know what to say. My hubs are indexed within hours and many make sales the first day from google traffic. I never submit to Google. But I do provide at leat 5 backlinks immediately for every new hub from my own blogs and websites.
I guess you can try pingler.com to ping your hubs to try and attract the search engine spiders.
Go to pingler.com and ping when you publish new articles. Also do submit to feed directories this will help you get indexed.
My Hubs too tend to be indexed by Google within just a few hours. I also don't ever submit things to Google and I don't even immediately provide backlinks.
For me, my pages are automatically indexed by search engine. From the hub statistics I found that most of the traffic form Google. But the real fact is I don't do any back-links or pinging etc. All is done by automatically...
I had a quick check too and from what I can see they are all indexed.
all you need is a couple of backlinks and you will be indexed
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