It's been so long.. Really had so many dreams..some may ever turn into reality too, since my last hub got indexed.. I can't remember but its taking to long for google to index my hubs. Google- You are googling up our minds!!
You can try using a free site like Pingler to get them indexed fast.
Usually hubs get indexed with 12-24 hours. The last few days, its been a problem as hubs are not getting indexed in google. Well I guess its not me alone because I saw a theard with a similar concern a few days back. But whats the status now??
You'll find that this has been a recurring topic over the last few years, not just the last week.
Google indexes based on a huge range of factors including keywords, quality and topic saturation. Google even indexes and de-indexes content at whim too.
I don't think there is much of an explanation for anything Google does.
You should submit your url to Google. Whenever you write a Hub, social bookmark it. Get your friends to give your Hub a try. You will get some early traffic by this.
My last Hub was indexed the next day I opened it. I have a written a hub of how to get indexed by Google fast. You can check it out.
by Mark Knowles 9 years ago
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