Alright, as some of us may know, the big 'G' has been tinkering with search results. My latest experience was 4 copies of page one - on the first 4 pages and NO answer to my query not sure how that is good for business so how about some of your own queries? any weird reports to add?
The Center for Disease Control (the CDC) federal website pops up when you do a search for zombies. But it's actually a legit link.
Pinterest is proving to be one of my stronger sources of traffic if it shows up in search, I'm all for it but most likely, just deindexed I got Zzzz'd big time
by Paul Edmondson2 weeks ago
I wanted to share two trends I see in content that are very successful today. The first one is what I call the opposing argument to the search term. Google wants balanced search results. You will often see articles that...
by Michael Kitz23 months ago
how come my hub does not appear on any search engine no matter how specific the search is?
by Margaret Perrottet3 years ago
I've noticed that when I do a Google search that my Hubs show up in the search results without any date. I just made a change to one of my articles "What is Dave Chappelle Doing These Days". I made...
by Ronald E. Franklin5 days ago
I have a hub with a title along the lines of, "I smooched with my wife." For that keyword, it places first in Google results.I also searched for "kissed my wife," which doesn't actually appear in the...
by Marina23 months ago
Today we're changing the internal search engine on HubPages to run Google Custom Search. We know that search on HubPages didn't always work as intended, and we expect Google to ultimately provide more relevant results...
by Isaac Asante2 years ago
Hi guys,For a while I've been using Google's Keyword Tool to research high-paying keywords and their estimate monthly traffic. Normally, what I do is that I look for Low competition keywords with around 1,000 monthly...
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