I'm not sure who to ask so I'm tossing this question out to the community.
I have a hub that was HOD a year or so ago. It has more than 900 words, a table, photos and a video. It's always been one of my better hubs. I don't know what else I"m supposed to add to this to make it "Featured" again.
Any ideas? I guess I could toss in a poll but that doesn't like it should be necessary. Would it really make that much difference??
Maybe I should tweak my text just a little?
Hey Danette Watt- it sounds as though the Hub is no longer Featured because it is not getting enough traffic. The best thing to do would be to research keywords presently in the Hub's title and see if they might be changed to something that more accurately reflects phrases people are using when Googling the topic. (Simone here, BTW- sorry for not changing accounts)
Thanks Simone, I'll try to get to that later today
The title of the HOD in question is: Health Benefits of Spring Greens. I went in to the 'stats" and found the following info. This doesn't make sense to me since the very first Google search terms has the same terms as in my title. ??
Words That Appear in Searches But Are Not In Your Title
spring greens health benefits :7
benefits of spring greens :5
mixed greens health benefits :2
health benefits of spring mix :2
spring mix health benefits :2
spring greens for health :1
benefits of spring mix :1
benefits of eating spring mix :1
are spring greens good for you :1
spring mix benefits :1
healthy spring greens :1
mixed greens benefits :1
benefits of spring greens :1
health benefits of spring mix salad :1
(Includes data from the last 30 days, updated daily)
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