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There is a process I was new to until a fellow hubber led me to there G+ profile then to a website that explained what I will briefly explain here.
Google webmaster tools let you explore a variety of options that can make the difference between viewed on Google search or not.
Further more under the crawl tab you can force a "fetch" on your hub account and even individual hubs and then submit it to googles index. This entire program provides a wealth of data tools (at a limit) that you can use to maximize changes and adjustments, giving you more views on your hubs.
I saw an increase of notable size shortly after using several webmaster tools.
To access webmaster just do a google search for it. To understand it thoroughly do a search for that too.
There are hundreds of sites that can explain it to you in an easy to understand format.
If you go through the Learning Center here, you'll find out why/how so many of us here know all sorts of things that "boost" our Hubs.
by GlendaGoodWitch5 years ago
Is anyone else not seeing their articles on google?Before the google update I could go to google and type in the name of one of my hubs and see it come up. Now they are nowhere to be found.
by Chitrangada Sharan4 years ago
My whole hub can be seen on two different sites. Though they gave a link to my hub at the bottom. But who is going to click the link after reading the article. Is it not copied content issue?Please see the...
by John Coviello5 years ago
Is There A Way To Confirm HubPages Domain Ownership For Bing Webmaster? I know it can be done with Google Webmaster Tools, but when I tried to confirm that I "own" the domain Rock_nj at HubPages in For...
by Jasmeet Kaur4 years ago
How to give credit to photos if you are using random photos from google search?
by LindaSmith13 years ago
The Google Webmaster Tools provides a page rank number for pages that they have listed for you. Are these true numbers. If they say Page 2 for a particular hub, does that mean it is on Page 2 of Google...
by CMHypno6 years ago
I'm having a wade though Google Webmaster Tools and under crawl errors there were about 20 urls not found and about 60 restricted by robot.txt.Is this very damaging and would I be able to make any necessary changes?
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