Google Keywords often contain non-alphanumeric characters, but the HubPages editor won't permit them. For example, the programming language C++ is popular world-wide but we can't break into any of the keyword searches because the + sign is rejected.
by Sakina Nasir4 weeks ago
Hi everyone! I got an email from HubPages that my hub "Causes and Possible Solutions of Behavioral Problems in Parrots" is eligible to be moved to PetHelpful. But, I need to make these changes: The Editor who...
by Susana S6 years ago
I don't think I'm alone in thinking that the main thing that has dragged hubpages down in this latest algo change is the amount of crappy content posted on here over the years. I understand the reasoning behind the...
by charanjeet kaur7 years ago
What do you do when you want to write on a high paying keyword and when you check the competition in Google for the keyword you find a hub written by another hubber already indexed on page 1?What are your options-1-...
by Caren White2 months ago
I was notified that one of my hubs is eligible to be moved to Dengarden if I make a few changes. Can someone tell me what "APA title case" is? I'm being asked to use it. Also, I'm being...
by Hurbermichael5 years ago
My ex-girlfriend wants to have sex with me badly. She is in a relationship but she says she does not mind. I am temped to give in because she said she is not after a relationship but just a moment. I am confused.
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