Today makes it one month after i published one of my blogs on investment and have published 17 original quality articles, created some backlinks and till date google seem not to have indexed it.
Could i have done anything wrong?
For me not to be seen as a spammer, i would give clue to the web address so hubbers can help me check what the matter could be "investinginvestment dot com".
Please i need feedback as i have developed blogs in more competitive areas and still make sucess within weeks.
Thanks to you all in advance.
I haven't done any research on the keywords - but have you?
Money is a hot topic online and unless you've found a small niche, chances are that you're competing with sites that have at least a half dozen years of domain age and probably thousands of backlinks.
My concern is that the url itself have not been indexed. This is not a question of getting traffic yet but, been seen by google.
Key words are "key" get it? LOL. I do find using a feed too helps speed up indexing.
Good to see you chinweike. When are you re-joining the HubMob?
As for your blog question, I'd post in the "Need Help" forum, or contact HP staff to get this re-categorized.
As soon as possible. I am just settling down in school. So very soon i will have spare time once again.
I am currently doing a postgraduate programme in the University of Glasgow.
Glad to know my absense was felt,
Rmcrayne, I believe Chinweike is talking about his own personal site, as mentioned in the first post called investinginvestment dot com.
Yes, I understood that, and that is why I suggested "Need Help" and not "Extreme Hub Makeover". People routinely ask questions about other online resources and income sources.
chinweike, it may well be just one of those things. I made a hub that after a month was still not indexed. Title and subject was similar to one of my more successful hubs, and a search for the URL always came up with several results, all links to the unindexed hub. I even changed the title, to no avail. While I waited I published something like 15 other hubs, all without a problem, but the one just would NOT index.
It took over 6 weeks to index, but it finally did happen. It about drove me crazy, though, as I expected it to bring good traffic and in those 6 weeks it had exactly 1 organic view.
Patience (something I haven't learned )
If you have a blog and want to get it indexed quickly with some good back links to it, use the following url.
This is a whois etc site. Each site makes an about your blog page and search engine bots love visiting these sites. It is all white hat and acceptable to do.
Just follow the instructions. This works and I use it all the time. Can only be used for top level domains, not individual hubpages or posts.
Go to posting setting of website builder and tick on "Let search find me"
i hope i have helped you
The main fear of mine is that google may see it as a spam considering the speed at which i posted in the first few days of buying the domain name. I posted two already written articles on the same day that i hosted the blog.
Could that be an issue?
You might want to try going to something like pinggoat and 'pinging' pages from your blog. The search engines pick up on these. I wouldn't bother trying any backlinking to it until it is indexed.
Run some adsense or some other Google product like Analytics. You will be indexed
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