Using three or four steps, how do you get indexed on Bing, Google and Yahoo?
It is impossible to find the steps without a thousand words of incomprehensible SEO advice. It should be simple to get a new post indexed at the three major search engines! Who has the secret?
Unfortunately, SEO isn't simple.
The only way to get indexed quickly, as you seem to be interested in, is what is known as "black hat" SEO. Sure, you can get to the top of each engine for about a week, then you'll be removed and blacklisted and you won't be able to have your content listed in search results anymore.
SEO is like an art, some people are good at it, and others aren't. It is expensive for a reason.
If you're referring to HubPages specifically, it's slightly different, but not as much. HubPages is already pretty high on search results because of the hits the site receives, but you're also going up against other peoples' hubs to try and get indexed higher.
I don't have a magic answer, but I do copywriting for SEO companies and have learned a few tricks which seem to be working for me on HubPages. Here they are:
1. Keep adding content regularly. Search engines like fresh content.
2. There is an uptick in views when you have 50, 100 and especially 250 pages of content.
3. Use keyword searches to see what people are looking for and check to see what people find in Google and other engines when they search for those topics. Make sure your content is better--meaning more complete, more interesting and more comprehensive.
4. Use several versions of a keyword in your titles (headers) of sections of text as well as within the text, but make sure your prose reads naturally, don't stuff keywords.
by Dan Harmon 8 years ago
I now have 11 hubs that are not indexed by google - nothing published since July 12 (the last one was published on the 9th and indexed yesterday). Normally I've seen then set up with 24 hours, occasionally in 48, but now it's 8 days and not done!!??
by Dobson 7 years ago
I am wondering about a new strategy i am trying. What I am doing is putting an RSS Feed into my best performing (Viewed) hubs with my latest (not indexed by Google) yet hubs. IS this a good way to have them "crawled"? Or is it better to add links instead so each hub stands alone?
by Charles James 5 years ago
SAGA, you mean the video game console? No, silly. SAGA, Search Alliance Global Algorithm.What is SAGA? It is the completed merger between Yahoo and Microsoft Bing Search Engines for a global audience.What does it encompass? Content, Images, Videos, Links that are considered Market-friendly.What...
by Peter Hoggan 8 years ago
Why is it when people are challenged about the facts or supposed facts they publish in there hubs they simply remove the challenging comment. When someone publishes something that could damage the livelihood of the reader, surely it’s the moral responsibility of someone who knows better to make...
by Amy 5 years ago
Why has Google not indexed my hub, although Bing and Yahoo have?My hub on Acid Attacks on Women is 8 days old and I pinged it after publishing it. It still does not appear to be indexed in Google, but it does show up on Bing and Yahoo searches. Google does have all of my other hubs. What's up?
by LucidDreams 13 months ago
They are just driving home the point that user experience and quality is point one!http://www.eddale.co/google/beware-google-bearing-gifts
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