Everywhere I look for advice about becoming successful on Hubpages and similar sites, I always read that we should be sharing our work on social sites and other websites. Each "share" sort of works as a "vote" for that hub or page, causing it to rank higher with Google search engines. So, I have been working hard to share all of my hubs on Google +, Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn, RedGage, Pinterest, and my personal blog. Then, I recently read that Google has discovered this practice and now ranks pages lower if it discovers that one person is sharing his or her own work. I think it is referred to as "Penguin." So, will sharing my own hubs on all those social networks help my traffic increase or will it hurt my Google rankings? Someone please explain. I am working hard, but I have much to learn.
by Dorsi Diaz5 years ago
After sitting on this for a few days it's looking to me that some HP writers just took another major hit with this newest "Penguin" update from Google.My page views after subdomains were about 5,000 a day....
by Writer Fox4 years ago
The much feared new Penguin algorithm is being released right now. Google's Matt Cutts said "2.3% of English queries will be impacted by this update."Expect PageRanks to change today, too.
by Ellen5 years ago
Just to make sure we REALLY can't tell which algorithm change is causing what, Google Penguin just updated for the first time in months.While Panda evaluates overall content quality on a domain-by-domain basis, boosting...
by Writer Fox3 years ago
It's official: Google Penguin Update 3.0 was released late Friday:https://www.seroundtable.com/google-pen … 19313.htmlhttp://searchengineland.com/google-rele … ear-206169It usually takes about a week for...
by Ben Guinter5 years ago
I'm curious to hear if there are any hubbers, who saw a big drop in traffic after the most recent Google Panda and Penguin updates, have fixed their issues and are getting good traffic again yet?I think it would be good...
by Andrew Hill6 months ago
I'm not being funny here,the hubstats yet only change 3 or 4 times a week, if you are lucky.Not to mention hubs take over 24 hours to publish. No mentions about it on the blog, no apologies, it isn't like the issue...
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