How can I submit my Hubs to ask.com? Also how can I create a sitemap on blogger to submit a sitemap to ask.com
I have checked the ask.com page about a month ago when I was submitting my website to various search engines. By that time I found that there is no service like site submission to ask.com. Ask.com will index your website (or your hubs) automatically.
Is it really worth your time submitting to all these search engines? If your article is what people are looking for the search engines will find it.
by Caren White2 weeks ago
I was under the impression that we could only submit one hub every two weeks for niche sites. I submitted a hub and an editor replied with changes that I needed to make before it could be moved. As I'm...
by Tim Mitchell6 months ago
I recived a note from HubPages an article is eligible for a niche site. The notes at the bottom stated to check grammar. I have done corrections using grammarly and one other editing software. The question is do I wait...
by Will Apse12 months ago
I have had a number of pages selected by editors as suitable for being moved to niche sites but in need of revision. I have been working through the backlog and submitted 2 recently.When I try to submit the third, I get...
by west407 years ago
I have made some changes in some of my hubs and am wondering if I should resubmit these url's or if they will automatically be "crawled" and I do not need to resubmit. Any help will be appreciated and I...
by chronage8 years ago
There is no secret to getting traffick but there are plenty of things you can do in order to increase your site/hub's visibility. First off whenever you publish a new hub you should submit the url to google, bing...
by Shadesbreath9 years ago
I can't link on that. Did they block hubpages and I missed the announcement or am I just having a wierd issue all my own?
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