Every single one of my hubs is now indexed. Every link inside the profile page too.
Most of that happened in the last 2 hours. I am still at pre sub-domain test traffic levels but I'm hoping it's fixing to go through the roof, just like it did on the test.
Fingers crossed, bring on the traffic. Paul had it exactly right, so far, he said three days or slightly more to get indexed if you were in the test.
Have friends whose hubs are not all indexed yet but their traffic is up about 20%. I have a feeling Paul and crew put these bots to a real exercise to get all this done.
Thanks again Paul - so far going just as you said it would.
Is the ad showing when a slide show runs part of the Hubpages Ad program? Right now I am purposely trying to direct traffic that way to increase time on each hub. I am in the Hubpages Ad program so would like to make sure that big AD is something I get part of the revenue from.
My traffic sources is now showing a considerable number of views coming from my subdomain (130 total). Are these views from readers using links between my own hubs?
That could be interesting, and give an idea of valuable such inter-linking is.
How's this for fun...G says 96 of my 67 Hubs are indexed.
I have no idea what this means, especially since it returned 56 links, 3 of which are odd things like HP Help pages addresses.
Well, they tell me 17 of mine are indexed, then proceed to show 50. And quick sequential searches always produces different numbers, either up or down.
I also have one of those oddball things - my contact or something. Not the profile page, but how to contact me.
Not only that, but the cached indexes from the prior URL are being de-indexed. The result could be a few days with lower traffic before the new URLs are indexed.
talking about google indexing hubs, I just published a hub on Ngaio Marsh last night, and this morning it is indexed already.
This is quite amazing. Only 70 percent of my hubs are indexed BUT in the last 90 minutes my total traffic has more than doubled and is headed to heights never seen, even before Panda.
At the same time, I have more blue inverted triangles than I have ever seen, all of which belong to orphans, as yet not indexed.
What a ride this is going to be. WaHoo
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