I was shocked this morning when I saw that 44 people were sent from google and I was able to match it up with my pot roast recipe. So when I search slow cooker pot roast in google, I realized that my link was the fourth one down, and the 9th one down if you search slow cooker pot roast recipe.
How'd I do it? I read all those hubs about how to get yours noticed but I didn't really look into it all to much. I just wrote on any topic that I wanted to. One just so happens to be cooking since I want to become a chef.
So my advice for you...Don't look or try to hard to get your hubs known. Have fun writing about what you love and you will probably get a nice surprise.
Oh and recipe's are a good choice in ideas for hubs
I think so, the heart and expertise shows when you write about something you know, it communicates. I also found one of my hubs 2nd in google list, so surprised and pleased to see many google searches~~ still waiting for more clicks~~ kind of reminds me of
field of dreams, 'build it and they will come.'
keep up the good work! pot roast sounds good right now~~~
is your hub is a new one?
Google ranks the newly added pages well.. but to continue on that position you need backlinks.I too had my hub on top position(2nd position in search page) on the first day of hub. But later it goes backwards and i found it was in 6th page of the search results. But now it comes back to the 1st page.(maybe because my hubscore goes above 75)
Dont know whether traffic will affect the google search rank
(all the inf. are got from this same forum)
I posted it on the 30th of August. It was one of my first posts. I think traffic probably has to do with some of it. However, it didn't really show up until this morning on google. The hub score itself is currently 64 so I don't think that has all to much to do with it either.
Congrats, Pageant Girl! Way to go!
Your hubscore or author score has absolutely nothing at all to do with how much traffic the search engines send you or where you rank in the SERP's. It's a combination of the keywords that you chose, your URL, title, internal links, backlinks, and tags.
Wow, and congrats!
Now I know where to look the next time I need to cook a pot roast.
Wow so far 62 views today alone. I never thought it possible, but then again I wasn't really doing it for that reason. Thanks all, I just wanted to post that it is possible.
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