posting anchortext links from your hub to your personal website drives extra traffic there ,that may have passed by your website altogether. in other words it's for driving extra traffic. That link to your website will also boost the websites rank but to what degree is unclear as google does not post the actual method/algorithm used ,to deter spamdexing and all that. If the link looks "natural" to googlebot it will most likely rank the webpage a vote higher. Google: "PageRank". it's interesting.
by Lionrhod19 months ago
So over the past few weeks I've been wanting to re-publish some of my old articles.Knowing that Google has a prob with duplicate pages I start looking up my articles on the web, and crud! My articles are ALL over the...
by Eugene Brennan3 years ago
I just came across this one, KaKun dot ru, complete with Adsense ads. Has anyone else seen this?
by Terrie Lynn2 months ago
Hi, everyone you might want to check the internet for your work. I've now found 3 of my articles on Facebook sites, Pinterest and on a blog site. I am not sure I can post the name here. They seem to have stolen a few...
by Cynthia Sageleaf4 years ago
As hubbers, we know that our content can and will be copied. We file DMCA complaints. We try to use CopyScape. We try to sign up for Google alerts.Is there any other way to help protect our content BEFORE it...
by Money Glitch6 years ago
While using HubDefender searching for possible stolen hubs of mine I found this site that appears to be nothing but stolen hubs.ht tp://www.teldem.socialgo.com/magazine.html (added a space in front of the t not to give...
by Kristin Trapp5 years ago
I realized today that one of my hubs has been copied and re-published on two different websites. I was looking at my Google Analytics and noticed someone had searched on a complete sentence or two from one of my hubs....
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