I just found this article about the changes at Google. I haven't seen it anywhere in the Forums. Paul Edmondson makes a comment defending HP in the comments section. Very interesting!
Interesting article and interesting comments. But most interesting of all to me: the personal response of the authors to Paul Edmondson's comment. Am I reading too much between the lines to say that the tone of those responses gave me hope?
I thought it seemed encouraging. And it also confirms that HP knows what is going on, and is very active in defending HP.
by Daisydot2 years ago
Just found a very interesting article about Google Panda:http://themoralconcept.net/pandalist.htmlThe author (Josh Bachynski) has gone through thousands of hours of Google Webmaster hangouts conducted by John Mueller...
by Andrew02086 years ago
HubPages is still 100% friendly with Google - From every indications, this is all about the quality of what comes up top with Google search results; bringing down less useful content. Hardly do crapy or less...
by Liz Elias4 months ago
Recently, I've learned that "The Big G" considers comments as content, this being the reason HP is going in to edit comments for proper spelling & grammar. Also, along these lines, I've seen it said...
by Person of Interest6 years ago
I may have found an articles thieves website. Two of my articles in their entirety were there.The website’s “About”, “FAQ”, and “sitemap” are all blank pages.If you want to do a Google search for your own...
by Sunnyglitter6 years ago
I don't complete understand the charts and figures:http://searchengineland.com/who-lost-in … ange-66173
by Tony2 years ago
There has been a lot of discussion in the last few days about HP changing the rules and people being un-featured or even un-published for spam and over promotional activity. So I just want to add my...
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