I read the Hubpages blog post about the possibility of Hubpages going the "author's name" sub-domain route to regain site authority.
Anyone have any updates on this?
by Simon Cook4 years ago
I know this is a huge engineering task but I feel it could be really beneficial to everyone.A lot of people have reported that their sub-domains have crashed, while others have increased. In many cases the user has then...
by Simon Cook5 years ago
I'm in a plunge again - going down to levels I've not seen since March 2010. As we now have sub-domains and all our writing has an impact on every one of our hubs I've been analyzing my older hubs.One thing I note is...
by Farkle2 years ago
I have had some articles that for over 4 years ranked pretty high on Google, and now, since the latest update, other websites are outranking them. So I decide I want to learn more... What do these websites offer to...
by Melanie5 years ago
The whole purpose of sub-domains, from what I understand, is to give good hubbers the chance to rise up to the search engines while hubbers who don't produce quality content to umm not.Before the whole subdomain...
by David Livermore21 months ago
It seems like HP is having more issues the more they try to make improvements.I can't trust my stats, the revenue I receive, etc.So can someone tell me what is working?
by topclass4 years ago
A timely reminder about Panda"One other specific piece of guidance we've offered is that low-quality content on some parts of a website can impact the whole site’s rankings, and thus removing low quality pages,...
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