My most recent hub was published about 12 hours ago. As always, I did a Google search today to see if it appears on Google, using both the title and then some of the content text. Nothing was found using either entry. I then went to my Google Webmaster tools to "force" a crawl, using the Googlebot under the Diagnostic tab, as this will then put the hub in line for a crawl by Google. However, Google can not find the url. So the hub is not appearing online to Google. Any ideas?
My last hub is also being a victim of discrimination by Google. It's been published for days and it never showed up in Google's search results. If I were crazy about "hub searchability", I would cry =O Can I do something about it?
by Bruce Deitrick Price 5 years ago
Topic: Why don't titles show up in Google???For example, here's a good title, posted on Oct. 5; "Why American Kids Can't Do Math"Not found in Google. Why not?Many of my articles, on other sites, appear next day or in a few days. I'm not in a hurry. But hubpages places a lot of...
by Paul Maplesden 3 years ago
Prompted by a comment in another thread, I thought it would be useful to perhaps slightly change the way that we commonly think about changes to hub scores, hubber scores and the like. Rather than see them as a judgement on us or our quality of writing, we can use these scores and other tools to...
by Paul Edmondson 6 years ago
In the back of my mind I'm always looking for ways we can improve the HubPages product to help people be more efficient at increasing their traffic. Lots of things in the product start with manual expirments that turn into features of some sort.Right now I'm experimenting with updating old...
by Peg Cole 5 years ago
Is there a way to get rid of unwanted traffic sites that attach a link to our hubs without our knowledge? I try to individually monitor my hubs for suspicious traffic and have written two letters to the offender who has sent me 8 visits on one hub this week. Now HubPages has marked my hub with a...
by Barack James 3 years ago
Have been through confirming Google-indexed-hubs in my HP's account; I had to use the Google search with first paragraph of each hub in a quotation mark. It was a hectic experience and am wondering if there is any other fastest way of doing this- All the same; the results were impressive as all my...
by Nell Rose 3 years ago
I have checked a few of my articles over the course of a week, not all of them but most of the popular ones, and I noticed that when I put them in Google search they only show up through another link such as Pinterest or Twitter. They seem to have totally disappeared apart from that. Any help you...
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