Why is Google not crawling articles as frequently as in the past?
Updated content and new articles used to be indexed quickly. Currently, a slowdown has occurred in this procedure.
Actually when you submit a site to Google to be crawled it should be the main page of your website,example on hubpages your profile URL mine is
if you are submitting each individual hub then they can blacklist you for spamming them.Usually the google robots come back every month and get your new content.
I recommend submitting your homepage once a year and that should be fine.
Thanks for the question, I hope this answer helps.
Thanks for answer. i submitted one hub. People on this site say some hubs are not getting indexed for up to a month, so some submit or ping Google.
Yeah that is standard for it to take a month, think of how many people are submitting websites everyday.
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