I read in a old book that if you introduce keywords in the URL you may get better results. Is this theory still viable or was it ruled out by Google's spiders?
Yes, it's fine to use keywords in your URL and title and integrated naturally into your text. While they don't seem to have as much ranking influence as years ago, search engines still need to figure out what a page is about in order to index pages properly. Keywords and relevant words/phrases should naturally co-occur in your text. There is a lot written about this topic on top SEO sites. Also the HP Learning Center is a helpful place.
by yoshi976 years ago
For a long time it has puzzled me how one of my hubs keeps doing great, when it shouldn't. You see, I started a hub on one topic and then changed my mind in the middle of it.Now, back then I had no idea you couldn't...
by Thomas Dowling9 months ago
I give! I've searched the first 3 or 4 pages of "Getting Help" Forum and I've read the entire Link's Capsule section in the Learning Center (http://hubpages.com/learningcenter/using-hubtool). That Hub, by the...
by Sanjay Sharma2 years ago
After changing the title of the hub, the URL remains the same. Does it affect the existing traffic or the position on Google ? How often the title could be changed ? Is it advisable or not ?
by Gary Anderson9 months ago
But I am wondering why there seems to be competition in the real google world and no competition showing for it in the external keyword tool world?
by alternativeto2 years ago
Considering SEO this is a major problem , we can't take advantage of Keywords in URL and Domain.Although i came to see a hub URL displayed in Google.http://ronelfran.hubpages.com/hub/Hubpa … vs-RedGageDoes anyone...
by David Hinerman2 years ago
Would it be important to have the hub title and hub URL have slightly different words to rank better in search engines? For example, if the word "vehicles" is used in title and the word "cars" is...
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