I wish Google would give Internet users a preference for the blogging site hierarchy.
Let the consumer rule - not the Google algorithm.
I would like the ability to design my own search preferences. My first preferences - wikipedia, Hub Pages, and maybe Blogger. I prefer eBay over Amazon, etc...
I know Google has a country preference - what about website preferences?
There is an advanced “button” that will kind of let you do that.
by LucidDreams4 days ago
They are just driving home the point that user experience and quality is point one!http://www.eddale.co/google/beware-google-bearing-gifts
by Beth1004 years ago
Alright, this is a very basic question (yes, I know it is, but.....) I thought I understood this but the other night, someone told me that indexing has no affect on page ranking. He went as far as to say that he...
by Earl Noah Bernsby7 months ago
Hey everyone,Recently, I have set myself upon the task of learning SEO. To be honest, it's felt a lot like how (I imagine) rock climbing must feel, so far (e.g. nicks and bruises, exhaustion, stark terror). ...
by FootballNut14 months ago
With the Ad Program service Hubpages offer, to benefit all writers and Hubpages what is the possibility of allowing Hubpage members access to the hosted Adverts in the Hubpages Ad Program?Is there potential that members...
by StarB127 years ago
When looking something up or just searching for a special thing, do you prefer Yahoo, Google, Ask Jeeves, Alta Vista, The New engine called Bing or is there another that you use?
by Anas Shad5 years ago
While I was in the forums, i saw a lot of hubbers complain about the effect of the Google Panda on their traffic and earnings. Some even so disappointed that they were thinking about quitting hubpages. I was wondering...
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