Yes, they help your SE "score", but keep in mind it is only one aspect out of dozens if not hundreds of aspects being analyzed. Besides Google, it is also helpful to your reader and if you help readers there's a better chance they will return and that helps your SE rank.
by Sally Gulbrandsen2 years ago
Why is it that excessive links to Amazon products seem to be permitted when they are added to the body of hub rather than as a Module on the side? In my naivety, I did not realise that this was permitted. ...
by tnvrstar6 years ago
Do you think nowadays google search engine gives less priority to Hubpages content?Before the Hub used to rank very well but now it seems kinda difficult. What do you think?
by Grace Marguerite Williams4 years ago
What is YOUR descriptive analysis regarding the color turquoise without using the word?
by Jack Lee5 weeks ago
Recently, I noticed a change in how our hubs are treated by the various search engines. It use to be hubpages would rank high in google searches compared to bing and yahoo...In recent days, one of my newly published...
by Kate McBride12 months ago
I would like to have the links in my hub open in a new window. Is it possible to do this? Replies to this question will be much appreciated. Thank you
by Jack Lee8 months ago
From your own article...I have a unique case. In one of my articles, I recommemd a natural supplement that is good for joints.This product works for me. It is something I use myself. In this article, I have an Amazon...
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