After reading this forum post
I followed through on some of the links and eventually discovered this - (What counts as a high-quality site?)
http://googlewebmastercentral.blogspot. … ality.html
which I thought might be useful enough to share here.
Or you might take a look at Google Knol. Pretty boring but would assume that is the
gold standard they are using.
by Gareth Meredith35 hours ago
may I ask why?With all the hassle just to get a piece published, from overtly strict copy right laws, now to this. I now wonder if the place is even worth the hassle.
by Anagha V Mahishi3 years ago
Is anybody using pictures from pixabay or using own images? What is better?
by sunforged5 years ago
http://www.google.com/support/forum/p/W … &hl=en"According to our metrics, this update improves overall search quality. However, we are interested in hearing feedback from site owners and the community...
by topclass3 years ago
Many good quality pages are Idled (become unfeatured) via ‘Analysis of the how engaged readers are with a Hub over an extended period of time’ – essentially because they get low traffic.It appears that...
by Simon Cook5 years ago
I note that Hubpages have an internal scoring system and while I can see it's not appropriate to post this on a hub by hub basis, it would be useful to have an overall 'average' internal hub score (using these ratings)....
by Katherine Tyrrell2 years ago
I'm non-plussed. How come high quality = least traffic?When I look at my HubScores I note that the ones that get the highest scores are very often ones which get only a little traffic.By way of contrast those...
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