I see that my older Hubs are receiving less and less traffic and they kind of slip a bit on the Google results pages etc. Can anyone help me with maintaining my Google position?
Sorry. The only suggestion I can make is try to get lots of relevant sites linking back to your hub.
Google rank is a complete mystery to many. There are ways to improve your chances of ranking high but at the end of the day only Google really knows the secret.
We are seeing Hubs with links from other sites consistently get more traffic. It looks like a handful of links do most of the heavy lifting.
Links from related blogs, directories, and websites all seem to help.
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