For some strange reason some of my hubs get indexed by Google quite quickly (24 hours after publication), others - stay for over a week without being seen by Google.
I know I can do some manual stuuf and "push" the hub for indexation, for example I can metion the hub link somewhere else where Google bots update like crazy.
But I am sure HubPages have the way to work around it - to get fast hub indexation without using external sources. I am sure because seen some of my hubs to get indexed VERY QUICKLY.
Anybody knows what I am missing so that some of my hubs get supersonic fast indexation and other hubs do not have any Google attention for over 7 days.
I notice that on this hub: http://hubpages.com/hub/Free-Insurance-Tips you have the following...
Which is a snippet from here: http://www.autocarinsurancetips.info/ar … olicy.html
However, it was originally from here: http://ezinearticles.com/?Do-You-Need-a … ;id=450969
And EzineArticles policy states in their Reprint Policies: * Agree to include the FULL Resource box or SIG line at the end of the article.
Which you haven't done. You've got no link to the original URL in either your blog or your hub.
Aside from that discrepancy (and the fact that it's also a violation of HubPages policy to have outbound links on duplicate content) it's a situation where Google already has the original article indexed, so why would it want to rank yours highly?
So I think that your hubs that get indexed quickly by Google is because you have original content. The ones that have been ignored by Google thus far could be the ones that have duplicate content.
It might also be lack of content on some of them. This one for instance, has no written content, just a few youtube videos:
http://hubpages.com/hub/guide-to-self-h … -addiction
I don't know for sure, but I think lack of content to crawl will slow things down a bit?
by Mark Knowles 9 years ago
I am not going to drag up the recent massive plagiarism activity again, but - as you know Maddie - I have found that quite a lot of my hubs have been de-indexed and my traffic here is dropping despite publishing new work and despite actively promoting myself outside of hubpages. I realize that it...
by Suzanne Day 5 years ago
I can see some of my new hubs in Google when I search for "hub name".But in Webmaster Tools, I submitted a sitemap and it says 38 URLs submitted and 10 indexed.I used Fetch as Google for a few new hubs and ticked some as URL for new page and URL for re-crawling the site.I also have some...
by David Stillwell 6 years ago
Staff@hubpages.com:So I published my second hub in a very long time. The last hub publised was not crawled by google for days on end. I ended up having to manually submit it. Fine! A few days ago, I published a new hub... http://davenmidtown.hubpages.com/hub/En … ving-money This hub...
by Dobson 8 years ago
I am wondering about a new strategy i am trying. What I am doing is putting an RSS Feed into my best performing (Viewed) hubs with my latest (not indexed by Google) yet hubs. IS this a good way to have them "crawled"? Or is it better to add links instead so each hub stands alone?
by Tony 5 years ago
There appears to be some changes with the "problem" with google indexing some hubs under our domains and others through hubpages.com."suddenly" webmaster tools are showing that my pages are now indexed under my subdomain rather than through hubpages.com. A search for "site:...
by Tony 5 years ago
Having just started to look at webmaster tools this may be in the wrong section and it may be just my complete lack of understanding but;Google webmasters tools and the "index status" tab should return a graph according to their description that should continue to grow as pages are...
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