I published my first hub and copied the ulr and pasted it into the search bar and got the message that there were no matches
It does not appear on Google instantly. You have to either wait for Google to see it when Google crawls the hub, or you can go to Google Webmaster Tools - (if your registered) - Diagnostics - Fetch With Googlebot. Once fetched, you can then submit it manually for a crawl or indexing by Google.
thanks. any idea on how long it takes google to get around to that?
It varies, hondo, however I have found submitting it to Google as I referenced, seemingly speeds things up. I do every hub that way to expedite a Google crawl.
By the way, it is now showing up on Google, I just checked.
dale, i'm not sure how you're finding this hub on google. when i go to the bottom of my hub page and click on "links to this page" the only link i see is for the page it is already on. any help greatly appreciated.
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