I recently finished an interview with an educationally controversial person and was wondering if it'd be okay to put the name of the website in the title of the article, such as "Interview with _____ of ______.Com".
Is this alright or would Google not be too happy with that?
by Nathan Bernardo3 years ago
I found an article online that had the exact same title of one of my hubs, along with my user-name, but the article itself was not mine. I'm trying to figure out (1) why they did that and (2) if I should do something...
by Edward Flores42 hours ago
Hi! So I wrote this hub: Best Fidget Spinner Under $10, and tried to SEO it as much as I knew how to. But it's only on the third page of Google. What can I do to improve it's rank? Thanks in advance!
by LindaSmith12 years ago
I wonder what the purpose is and if it is a good idea to do. On search engines I am seeingTitle-website name or author's nameExample: Best Baby strollers-Toys R UsThe 5 best strollers- Jane DoeIs this a SEO...
by Brie Hoffman6 years ago
Has anyone else noticed a marked increase in clicks and money within the last week? Mine have shot way up and I have no idea why? Just wondering if anyone else has experienced this.
by Scott7572008 years ago
I am new to this! Is there any advantage or disadvantage in terms of attracting traffic to your page if the URL is different than the article name itself?
by Anita Hasch7 days ago
I hope somebody can help. I now have 49 hubs, and yet not one of them are seen by the search engines. When I click on their stats, it says under 'search phrases,' no search terms to add.(list of words that appear...
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