I've seen some hubs recommending that you ping your sites every few days. They claim that this will increase traffic. I thought that you were only supposed to ping when you actually changed or updated the blog. I also saw an advertisement from a company that claims they will ping all of your sites each week. Can pinging a site that hasn't been updated actually do damage to you ranking? Should you regularly ping? How often should you ping?
by Ohma7 years ago
affect the authors search engine rankings on other pages, blogs, or websites?
by Lynsey Harte2 years ago
Has anyone else had this issue? My total page views have been showing as 70,444 for 3 days. Daily views only 125. I was quite concerned that nothing was going up until I realised there has been no update. Is there any...
by LindaSmith12 years ago
This is hilarious! Went to stats page and there was this huge colored page. It is a HP survey asking how likely you would recommend HP to a friend? Then comments box there too. ...
by Scott Bateman4 months ago
I'm very happy with the results of the niche sites. It's a win-win for HubPages and writers like myself. But I'm a bit curious about the process for choosing Hubs that go on those sites.One of my most successful Hubs on...
by Lorelei Cohen2 years ago
This drop in traffic seems to have affected the majority of us who transitioned here from Squidoo. After we updated our articles are traffic virtually stopped dead. The question is why? Was our redirect from Squidoo...
by Shadaan Alam19 months ago
Lately i have been hearing a lot about these two sister sites, but just wished to know are they worth writing for in terms of revenue? I am sure some of you might be on these two sites, what is your opinion?
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