The last hub update was about 25 hours ago. I just put a new hub up. When will they start updating hubs? Why have they stopped?
This is normal. It takes about 24-48 hours for new hubs to display in categories and other sections of the site.
Generally your hub will be indexed by Google before it's displayed on many parts of the site.
Using Google Webmaster Tools, you can submit a page to be added to Google by using the Googlebot tool that is there. I do this at times when there seems to be an issue with Google picking them up. As for internal issue here, I have checked to see if how long it takes for them to show up within HP in various sections and categories.
Corrections, I have NEVER checked to see how long it takes.....
Thank you, I will try the googlebot tool. Not checking to see how long it takes is ok, for me it doesn't happen at all
Try social bookmarking it via Twitter tweets, stumbles or diggs... it will be indexed in a few hours...
I did tweet it and put it on facebook, but have no idea how to google it.
Google+ is good for getting into the Google system.
I also use Twitter and Digg, but gave up on feedshark and pinger.
Michele are you referring to your hub being displayed ON THE HUBPAGES SITE or in GOOGLE?
I think there is some confusion.
I still don't know where you are trying to get the hub "updated"--what do you mean by that?
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