I am doing some experiment on hub ranking on google search and I would like to know how many of your hub get first rank in google for respective topic.Please state your hub topic.thanks.
as darkside said... being top ranking doesnt mean a heap of traffic!
The main point is that a lot of terms that people celebrate as being ranked number 1 aren't things that anyone is actually searching for.
For instance "cash tips for success"... I can safely say that pretty close to zero people search for such a term.
i have had a couple rank number 3, but so far no Numero Uno.
i have published the hub the way to heaven, god is great2 please tell the ranking
I have quite a bit of Hubs that ranked #1 or first page on Google. But they are all movie Trivia Hubs.
I have one article "CASH Tips for Success" that is in the first rank when you do the google search. The rest of my hubs are all within the 5 pages of google.
Have a good day!
I have nothing ranked on first page in google for hubs, but I do have number one on google on few things using blogspot
I have a number that are first and second ranking articles,(other profile) for a variety of keywords. They get most of the search trafic that there is, but that does not mean they are big earners.
I have found that just because a hub has a first rank for a particular term, it does not mean that the hub is earning money or getting lots of traffic. You need to do keyword research to find terms that have a lot of searches and that are "doable" or "Easy Enough" to rank for in Google.
I am very confused with all this google ranking stuff so I just continue writing my hubs, but I hope I make some good money one day.
All my hubs and photos appear on the first page of Google. I don't know about the ranking, but I was happily surprised when I checked.
It's amazing how you can be ranked #1 in google yet still not get much traffic. I'm on the first position or only the second or third on the first page of google for these from my own leather jacket website:
pigskin leather jacket
cowhide leather jacket
This next one I have the first FIVE spots on the first page thanks to articles I have wrote on other sites:
buffalo hide verses cowhide
YET my site only gets around 300 hits a day, amazing huh? Plus I am found for over 2,000 other key words. So ranking #1 on google does not do you crap if it's something not many look for.
When doing keyword research you need to think like other people. You need to do your homework as to what is being searched.
Thinking like other people is the key.
Many here are right. I could do "blind monkeys playing fiddles" and likely get no search engine traffic.
Its easy to get a Hub on the first page and in number one position, The key is getting a hub on page one of a subject that gets a lot of traffic.
I have got many of my hub pages in #1 my favorite is: How to get a premium website
I did a Christmas themed hub for poker players, so the niche would be either poker merchandise or Christmas related merchandise. #1 on Google for those searching for "poker novelties for christmas" without the quotes. Too bad Christmas time is over right?
That would be nice If I had anything ranked #1. That would mean that I was making a lot of money. I am just starting this making money online journey, so I've got a ways to go.
I have several that are number one, and I don't make squat. So, just keep writing. Number one means zip without a lot of other factors worked in.
And, to the OP, like was said before, you can be number one depending on what phrase you search.
Are your Google rankings by keywords or by the title of your hubs?
First rank on Hub and first rank on Keyword. on Key word ranked #1 out of 76,000,000. on hub ranked one #1 out of 5,600.
Key word with dashes-cell-phone-marketing-business. ranked #1
key word without dashes- cellphone marketing business Ranked #8 on first page.
by William Gerace 6 years ago
Hi guys I was wondering how do I found how my Hubs are ranking on Google. Is it by the Hub title or the tags that we select when creating our Hubs. Silly question but was just wondering where I rank. Thanks again for all help and have a great day. Enjoy the great weather. It's beautiful here...
by 20gsxr05 8 years ago
I have worked on my hubs the first month of joining to get ranked in the search engines.I see after a long break that was accomplished.Why am i seeing small amounts of traffic. What am i doing wrong now?
by Kelly Wagner 2 weeks ago
It's been awhile since I've published a hub. However, I finally did it. When I went to search for it via Google, it doesn't bring it up. Is there something that has changed with the search engines? Is there a way to make it google search worthy? Thanks!
by Will Apse 4 years ago
'To the best of Matt’s (Cutts) knowledge, there are currently no signals in the ranking algorithms that put any weight on how many Facebook likes or Twitter followers a specific page has.'http://www.searchenginejournal.com/matt … lly/87277/Drive traffic okay. Forget organic search rankings.
by Gary Anderson 3 years ago
I thought if a hubpage was listed in Google search it was featured. But apparently that is not the truth. I guess I will keep the hubs up and run my own check on them.
by Rafini 8 years ago
I came up 4th.It's exciting to see where you're listed, check it out!
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