Before the subdomains move, when an author would write an article for a backlink on Hubpages, we would get Hubpage's pagerank for the backlink. Now that everything is subdomains, is the pagerank for the backlink based off the subdomain's pagerank now rather than Hubpages?
Yes, you can see the pagerank of each of your hubpages by installing SEO Quake on your toolbar. Each of your Hubpages will have a different PR depending on how many backlinks it has itself.
by Paul Goodman5 years ago
Article for discussion. I know that this recent development has already been mentioned by some hubbers in forums. But I am now wondering if this might be the main reason why we are seeing the current traffic...
by Lisa HW5 years ago
In a lot of ways, I suppose this isn't really even my business (now that people have subdomains), but I've come here straight from two aggravating, new, Hubs I ran into. Here's the kind of thing they were (and I'm...
by Liz Elias4 hours ago
So, now that we are allowed to submit our own articles to a niche site, is there a list of the various ones anywhere, and their general topic focus?I've had several chosen the the editors, but none of the vertical site...
by Melanie Shebel2 years ago
http://www.pinterest.com/source/hubpages.com/Looks like there are no hubs on Pinterest (I noticed no Pinterest traffic today and had to investigate.)Hubs are no longer pinnable.I wish hubbers wouldn't spam social...
by IzzyM6 years ago
I've been doing quite a lot of backlinking recently. Can anyone tell me why some sites sometimes award you with a backlink (that shows up in yahoo) and other times they don't? For example, I have sent loads of articles...
by Knownai5 years ago
I was wondering if links pointing to a hub from another Hubpages sub domain will count or improve your search engine rankings? i mean are they recognised as backlinks?
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