I've read that submitting your Hubpage to search engines like Google and Bing will get you indexed faster; but I've also read that you'll be indexed eventually anyway even if you don't submit your site to the search engines. So, I'm wanting to know, Is there a point, if you haven't submitted your site to the search engine, that you might as well not do it and let it get indexed on its own? Also wondering if there's any detriment to submitting it after you've waited quite awhile to do it. Let's say you've had your Hubpage for half a year, Should you go ahead and submit it to the search engines or just go ahead and let it get indexed on its own?
I just let mine get indexed on their own. Then again, I only have 8 hubs and do not have a lot of time so when I do I would probably rather spend it writing a new hub.
by Christina 9 years ago
Okay, I will try to explain this as best as I can....I have a wesite. I also have a program that I purchased online that submits my websites to 200 of the top serach engines in 6 different countries. I have submitted all of my sites through this program but should I also submit them myself to...
by Michelle Cesare 9 years ago
Hello Hubbers,I learned about creating backlinks from Hubbers and I want to say thank you for teaching me the backlink method.I took the time to search for my backlink URL and was pleasantly surprised to see my backlink URL indexed to search engines.Do any of you manually submit your backlink links...
by west40 8 years ago
I have made some changes in some of my hubs and am wondering if I should resubmit these url's or if they will automatically be "crawled" and I do not need to resubmit. Any help will be appreciated and I hope this isn't a really dumb question.
by smalika 8 years ago
what is the procedure of submitting the links of your hubs to search engines?
by H Lax 6 years ago
How do I submit my hubs or hubpage profile to search engines to get more traffic?http://support.google.com/webmasters/bi … wer=100782 How do I submit my page to search engines to get more traffic? Does the link attached explain what I should do and what does it all mean in layman's terms?
by Peter V 7 years ago
Do you usually write hubs for Search Engines or HubPage Followers?When you write a hub, do you write it for the entertainment of your Hubpage followers or to get traffic from search engines like Google? In other words, do you write hubs focusing on keywords, SEO, etc. or do you write really...
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