How are seo google links applied to hubpage submissions?

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  1. ajcor profile image59
    ajcorposted 9 years ago

    I googled "Australia Bombing of Darwin this morning to assess what was going on in my hub world...and this is what I found....

    "Australia" The Bombing of Darwin & a Family Story Note: Baz Luhrman's movie “Australia” is due to be released in Australia next week. So I thought I would tell this particular family story before its' ...
    hubpages.com/hub/Australia-The-Bombing-of-Darwin--a-Family-Story - 44k - Cached - Similar pages

    THIS is my hub of my familys' story about the part my father played in the bombing of Darwin...ok it is my hub and so is the description preceding it.......
                                      xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx
    THE following hub link is Lissie's and this hub is based on the premise that a lot of Australians were unaware of the actual event and remain so to this day HOWEVER what is strange is the use of the words that precede the link which are as follows"The Bombing of Darwin & a Family Story Note: Baz Luhrman's movie “ Australia” is due to be released in Australia next week. ..." as these words are from my hub not Lissies....
    seems odd how it has happened but somehow the my hub words are being used as the descriptor for Lissie's hub on google.....

    Darwin Australia Bombing Raids "Australia" The Bombing of Darwin & a Family Story Note: Baz Luhrman's movie “ Australia” is due to be released in Australia next week. ...
    hubpages.com/hub/Darwin-Australia-Bombing-Raids - 45k - Cached - Similar pages

    So my questions are:
    Can this anomaly be changed to reflect only the individuals hub?
    How are the tags applied? Is it through google?
    thanks if anyone can advise....cheers from perplexed as to how this has happened.....

    roll

    1. ajcor profile image59
      ajcorposted 9 years agoin reply to this

      Is anyone going to read and try and help - ????   please........

      1. profile image0
        terrygposted 9 years agoin reply to this

        I see the words for the search engine identifier to Lissie's hub:-

        Baz Luhrmann's Australia Movie features as is climax the Darwin bombing raids of 1942. Its a useful history lesson as most Australians have no idea that ...

        I also see that Lissie's hub has 15 inbound links whereas yours only has two. You know what to do to get on top.

        I am not sure that I can see where your coming from. I used Google based in Australia for this search.

        As an aside, a search engine normally takes the first few sentences for the url identifier (as in Lissie's hub) and in a video it takes exactly dead centre of the video as the snapshot.

        1. ajcor profile image59
          ajcorposted 9 years agoin reply to this

          Hi Terry thanks for your answer -  it is now 7.17am on the 13/1/09 in Australia and I have just googled (which google I do not know - I am not very knowledgeable in these areas) and the key words I used were - Australia, bombing of Darwin, a family story..The following is what I got.......
          MINE
          "Australia" The Bombing of Darwin & a Family Story Note: Baz Luhrman's movie “Australia” is due to be released in Australia next week. So I thought I would tell this particular family story before its' ...
          hubpages.com/hub/Australia-The-Bombing-of-Darwin--a-Family-Story - 45k - Cached - Similar pages -

          LISSDIES
          Darwin Australia Bombing Raids "Australia" The Bombing of Darwin & a Family Story Note: Baz Luhrman's movie “ Australia” is due to be released in Australia next week. ...
          hubpages.com/hub/Darwin-Australia-Bombing-Raids - 44k - Cached - Similar pages -

          same preceding identifying words as I specified two days ago .......

          Now from your words "I also see that Lissie's hub has 15 inbound links whereas yours only has two. You know what to do to get on top."
          Are asking me if I know how to get my hubs to the top and the short answer is no - it is serendipitous when it happens & I would actually like this to happen more but  also I would to know why the words are mixed up ..lol- so who actually puts the hubs up onto the search engines - maybe the words were confused there......
          it would appear from what you are saying that Lissie's hub is better received because of the many inbound links (maybe I will ask Lissie for lessons on how to do this!) and that is all good - I am just asking about the words advertising each hub 
          cheers and thanks

  2. Lissie profile image77
    Lissieposted 9 years ago

    Yeah I am confused too  - I see my hub as #2 for that search (no quotes)

    Darwin Australia Bombing RaidsBaz Luhrmann's Australia Movie features as is climax the Darwin bombing raids of 1942. Its a useful history lesson as most Australians have no idea that ...
    hubpages.com/hub/Darwin-Australia-Bombing-Raids - 44k - Cached - Similar pages

    The 2 line snipet come either from the start of the hub or your custom summary if you have used one

    Your hub is on page 3

    "Australia" The Bombing of Darwin & a Family StoryNote: Baz Luhrman's movie “Australia” is due to be released in Australia next week. So I thought I would tell this particular family story before its' ...
    hubpages.com/hub/Australia-The-Bombing-of-Darwin--a-Family-Story - 45k - Cached - Similar pages

    which also looks like the correct snipet for your hub?

    The real question is how the hell do I trigger any relevant Adsense ad - nice organic traffic zero clicks cause no one wants to know about the peace causes being advertised LOL

    terryg which tool are you using to count inbound links on hub - I use seoelite but it doesnt work for anything but the top level domain  which is pretty useless for hubpages

  3. WeddingConsultant profile image66
    WeddingConsultantposted 9 years ago

    Kissie, here's how I do it-

    Type the following into search.yahoo.com:
    links: www.beautifulweddinginvitations.com

    And here's what you get:
    http://search.yahoo.com/search;_ylt=A0g … p;ei=UTF-8

    Off to the right it will say:
    "1 - 10 of 926 for links: www.beautifulweddinginvitations.com"

    voila, those are your incoming links!

  4. profile image0
    terrygposted 9 years ago

    Hi Lissie, Wedding Consultant has hit the nail on the head. I use link:url on Yahoo as well for incoming links.

    ajcor - Hi - to get on top you need more links or better PR text links. That was what I was alluding to.

    As to who puts the hubs on search engines, well thats the search engine bot. Not human edited. You certainly have a dilemna in your url descriptions. Try changing the first sentence of your hub and see what happens.

    1. ajcor profile image59
      ajcorposted 9 years agoin reply to this

      Thanks TerryG
      How do I get more inbound links? - would that be by advertising?
      submitting to search engines?
      a committed use of key words?
      or the  social networks? seems to me in this area that hub pages do nicely for us as my hubs seem to be at the top quite often with no effort on my part.....
      cheers and thanks

      1. profile image0
        terrygposted 9 years agoin reply to this

        I did an experiment and placed a hubpage about dominating page one on any search engine. As I proved my point about having the hubpage dominate page 1 of Google, I unfortunately was slapped with a duplicate content penalty by HP and the hub became un-published.

        I was very dissapointed that HP penalised me when I totally explained my actions.  How can something be duplicated when it is first published on HP is beyond my belief.

        Without being too overly promotional if you put this phrase in Google search - Page Rank 7 One Way Back Links - you will find I hold the top three spots. Just go to the scribd document and follow the links where all is explained.

        Anyway, that is how you get backlinks. Works for any keyword phrase two by the way.

        1. ajcor profile image59
          ajcorposted 9 years agoin reply to this

          Thank you for this info TerryG - will experiment over the next few days and then come back tell you how I have gone.....most appreciated...cheers

          1. profile image0
            terrygposted 9 years agoin reply to this

            You'll be back within one day and it's my pleasure.

  5. Lissie profile image77
    Lissieposted 9 years ago

    Oh I see what you mean ajcor - and no I have never seen google do that before - the "similar page" - because we are both on hubpages and writing a similar topic  and google has added your descritpion to mine - very weird!

    The only thing I can think of is that I had linked to your hub in my hub and included your default description - which maybe is what google is confused on - so I have re-written the description of your hub in mine (under the kidman photo) so that google sees no words the same between the 2 - maybe that will stop it
    We will have to wait a few days to see if there is a change though

    1. ajcor profile image59
      ajcorposted 9 years agoin reply to this

      Thanks Lissie - maybe you have nailed it - it just seemed so strange - thank you for the link on your hub - very nice of you! cheers
      ps we'll see what happens over the next few days....

 
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