Anyone know what it could mean that Analytics is reporting many search engine hits to my pages through direct text from another hub?
In other words, my #1 search result through Google is a word-for-word paragraph from someone else's hub. (And no, my hubs are not linked on the side of that page or anything like that.)
One possible scenario....someone was checking to see if their work had been plagiarized (hence a whole paragraph being searched on), and it led them to HubPages. They decided to stay a bit and browse to see if there was anything else of theirs here.
They could have done a keyword search once they got here, or browsed by topic, etc.
by jpwriter5 years ago
What is the deal with the HP blog post about optimizing Hubpages and Adsense? The was supposedly written by a Google employee (Tran) for HP writers, but the info that is in it is misleading. Yes, write...
by jwsc1016 years ago
Welcome to Hubpages.I received my first ad click in the first few weeks I was here.The more content I post the more the amount of clicks have increased. I did not start seeing any clicks until I started receiving...
by Paul Deeds6 years ago
Fresh on the heels of accolades, we've just released another new feature that I'm pretty excited about. You can now see the top search terms that people are using to reach your hubs broken out by search...
by silverstar89 years ago
I went to sign up for analytics... using the account I already have with them... and I was referred to html code that they tell me I have to embed in my pages. No other code is sent to me. There is no code in my...
by Will Apse14 months ago
There is a real need to purge Amazon ads from this site but there is a right way and a wrong way to go about it.Pages that have multiple Amazon ads but get good traffic from search engines are obviously not a problem....
by sabrebIade4 years ago
Cant get Search Term Sources to load on any Hub.
Copyright © 2017 HubPages Inc. and respective owners.
Other product and company names shown may be trademarks of their respective owners.
HubPages® is a registered Service Mark of HubPages, Inc.
HubPages and Hubbers (authors) may earn revenue on this page based on affiliate relationships and advertisements with partners including Amazon, Google, and others.