How do you, or can you, place a link in a hub which, when clicked on, will open in a new window? Also, if you don't do this, won't you be possibly creating a higher Bounce Rate for your Hubs (that is, if you are placing links to your other Hubs in Hubs--linking Hubs together)? Bounce Rate, as I understand, is measured by how much visitors are hitting the back button when visiting your page; it indicates to Google that the page is less valuable because people are leaving it.
by Glenn Stok4 weeks ago
I noticed that hubs in niche sites no longer include the "More by this author" section below the hub. Is this just an oversight or was it a decision to drop it on niche sites?
by Pamela N Red5 years ago
It would be a nice feature if when we click on a link it opened in a new window. Most other websites do this. The main reason it is helpful is that HubPages still remains open giving a longer view time as well as...
by Paul Maplesden4 years ago
Hi there,I've been hearing discussions that noindexing hubs (because they are idled) impacts their backlinks in some way, and I'd like to find out if this is true.I've been researching this a bit online and have found...
by Dorsi Diaz4 years ago
I just updated my HubPages profile a couple days ago and in my profile linked to some of my favorite hub topics that I wrote about. Is this bad to do this since on the profile page we have those same hubs randomly come...
by Paul Deeds6 years ago
We've realized for a while that with our existing tools it can be very time consuming to manage links across a large portfolio of hubs. Many Hubbers have tried to handle the interconnecting of related hubs using...
by Marisa Wright7 years ago
I was discussing outbound links with Ghost32 the other day.Lissie posted this comment in another thread:At the time, she said this seemed to be true, as sites where she had outbound links were getting good traffic -...
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