My hub got 79 page views in one day all from huffingtonpost.com. And when I came to see this site, it's an internet newspaper. I wonder how they came into my hub. I went to that site and typed the title of my hub to search but couldn't find there that links to my hub. Can anyone explain how they came to my hub?
One of my articles on Suite 101 was getting visits from newspapers. It was because they had links that were automatically picked up that matched the article. I think that's how it works on Huffington Post also.
by Jimmy Boyd7 years ago
Whenever I search for my Hubs, I see HuffingtonPost links it seems like at least half of the time.What is this site doing to rank so well in the search engines?Look at this:http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2009/10/1...
by moonbun7 years ago
Hey guys,Whilst searching on google for one of my hub titles, I came across a site : besthubpages.com - Does anyone know anything about it ?My hub had previously been top with this search, but now the link from this...
by Chang Lee8 months ago
Hi Hubbers,I'd like some help with passing the Quality Assessment Process. Will you please give feedback on my Hub Gift Inspiration - Themed with Doggie, Cat, Horse or Owl by Alex Clark (must be signed in to view). What...
by pisean2823116 years ago
guess people from hubpages didnt vote
by SparklingJewel7 years ago
a great article of the newest information on genetically modified foodshttp://www.huffingtonpost.com/jeffrey-s … 16861.html
by Jonathan Wylie9 months ago
I have been looking at the traffic on my 35 hubs and the ones at the top of the list are almost all on the network sites. Those are the ones getting the most views, and I would expect that those are the ones that are...
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