I submit new Hub on last Tuesday it`s a unique article. i did`t submit it any were else, but google did not Crawl my post yet, search engines do crawl HubPages regularly, but why it did not come to my post?
Well, the contents of 7 of your 8 hubs are present in multiple copies all over the Net, so if you are referring to one of those, it is probably being ignored as duplicate content.
Don't worry, I've flagged all 7 of the duplicate hubs so they won't be around for much longer.
yes i know my 7 hubs are duplicate but i am just talking last HUB it is unique article!! why google did not Crawl it yet ?
If you know your hubs are duplicate, why not remove them? By leaving them here, you are contributing to the loss of good search engine placements being suffered by many hubbers!
If you are talking about your last remaining hub about engagements rings, it has been indexed by Google.
i look it say
Your search - cache:http://hubpages.com/hub/Shop-for-Engagement-Rings-at-Discount-Online-Stores - did not match any documents.
google Crawl mean that it will give some boost to my keyword
and i need that
I just took a small section of your hub, highlighted and right clicked on it, and (in Chrome) chose the 'search Google' option, and your hub came up first in the results. Also noticed that no-one else had used the exact same phrase so at least that phrase in your hub is unique. It is indexed.
There's me copying/pasting all the time because I never knew Chrome could do that!
Still need to put in the quotation marks to search on the phrase, but it's a step forward.
Someone else pointed out this excellent feature of Chrome just recently - glad to pass it on
It's actually a good idea (in my opinion) to leave it without quotes, because that way you can find substantially similar text which is good way to find spinners.
Spinners are glaringly obvious from the sentence structure and peculiar vocabulary. I usually just scan suspect spin to find a particularly idiotic phrase/sentence, which I highlight. I don't bother to look for the source it's been spun from.
I found one the other day that I thought was spun, but wasn't sure because the was from an ESL writer and quite often their sentences don't make complete sense anyway. But a quick search on google showed me his work was actually spun, because each sentence topic was listed in the exact same order on other sites, just with a little juxtaposition of words.
But what REALLY gave him away was when he spun a technical term. New technology coming out to watch 3D TV without glasses is called 'parallax barrier' technology.
He called it 'parallax hurdle'!
Plz can you explain about how you check my post on Chrome
I just wrote detailed instructions on how to do it, on that post you just replied to. Am I missing something here?
Other than doing a Google search is there any other way to make sure a hub has been crawled/indexed?
After clicking on "cache," I see "as it appeared on May 11, 2011 07:27:52 GMT."
Thanks so much Izzy for the right-click tip, and WA for calling attention to it!
Of course with Google page results being messed up, maybe the #1 result for that search is also spun and it really is parallax hurdle? Didn't bother checking further to see.
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