Best Answer Jill , 28 March 2013 - 09:10 AM
Ok I understand.
So to your original question:
My question is: when I publish an article, does google robot recognize that it is new stuff, or does it remember that the URL was there for a long time and think it's not so new?
The content will be new and it will get indexed accordingly. (It really doesn't matter if it was there for a long time or if it's new anyway other than getting it spidered.)
Would I please Google better if the URLs were "unpublished" too and would appear at the same time as the article content?
To a certain extent that would be better for Google because you've got a whole bunch of what Google would consider "low quality pages" the way you have it now.
And again, the frustration factor for users.
I would make it so people can see what the next things are that are coming up, but not have them be clickable to another page/URL.Go to the full post