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.
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.
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?
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?
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...
I have read many forums over the last couple of months on how traffic to HubPages has dropped considerably since July. After much investigation I believe to have figured out what has caused this drop (and I don't think...