I have experienced too much frustration waiting for my page to load to read the recently published hub on Turbofuture dealing with the subject of taking the help of Blogger in building your websites in a single day. There were so many links to ad platforms for those advertisements, each link taking so much time to connect for loading those advertisements, and all the ads being live also, it took 20 minutes for completely loading that hub.
Imagine the frustrations your viewers will be undergoing, waiting for such long times, simply to read one article. All his energy will be get lost for only that article.
How do you expect the viewers to go through the articles and digest them and then leave comments and share those articles with others under such circumstances?
by Chuck Bluestein3 years ago
Now, not before, when you place a link, you have a choice to click rel=nofollow so that search engines ignore it. So in future hubs that you write or if you want to go back and edit, do not check this box for links to...
by Dorian Bodnariuc12 months ago
"Paranoia" must think some of you, and honestly, I used to think the same. I didn't even believe that this was possible, even though Google mentioned that they have ways to detect link spamming. But the...
by TIMETRAVELER222 months ago
Someone recently stated that there are limits to how much you can link to your own hubs. Does anybody know the limitations?
by Paul Maplesden3 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 Kay2 years ago
Last year, while going through all the medical stuff as a result of the hCG diet, I found Bubblews and it was therapeutic. I wrote a series on the hCG diet and then drifted away. Been playing with it...
by Bill Yovino5 years ago
Is there a way to include a hyperlink to another website without transfering the user away from Hubpages? In other words, is there a way to force a new window so that the original page is still present?
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