Expedited Indexing For New Content: Google Recommends PubSubHubbub Still

Jun 30, 2015 - 8:12 am 4 by

PubSubHubbub

Google has been recommending for years and years to use RSS feeds and PubSubHubbub to help Google index new content quickly, in addition to using XML Sitemaps.

Truth is, I am a bit surprised they still recommend it but they do.

John Mueller from Google said on Twitter, "RSS + PubSubHubbub & Search Console submission of the feed will get it indexed quickly too."

He said this in response to a question about indexing was asked on Twitter:

He points users to this WordPress plugin.

So it can't hurt to support it being that Google has been recommending it for at least 3-4 years, probably longer, and it still is recommended.

Forum discussion at Twitter.

 

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