Google is absolutely, totally determined, and adamantine about ignoring this hub. I even got so fed up about it that I unpublished it for awhile. But I just can't bring myself to delete it. So, it's published again.
If anybody has any ideas on how to make Google give this hub the attention it so richly deserves, please tell me.
http://paradigmsearch.hubpages.com/hub/ … ights-Rant
Eric, a sincere thanks for the comment you made on my hub. Unfortunately, I had to delete it. There was a word in there that guarantees a hub's ads getting disabled. I've personally witnessed that word causing that in the past. Oh, well... Still, thanks for the thought.
Alright, where's the EC nomination link? Nothing else has worked; maybe sticking the critter in the main domain might actually trigger something.
And thank you, http://askme.hubpages.com/ , for your very worthy comment.
What exactly do you mean by 'attention from Google'? It has a pagerank of 2 which is pretty typical for a hub.
If it is not getting much traffic at that rank, I guess people just aren't searching for that kind of material. You might trying posting to some social sharing sites.
Thanks. But I've pretty much clubbed the social media sites to death with this one over the years. To no avail...
I think you're on the right track when you say, "that kind of material". I will never stand a chance when it comes to the keywords, "civil rights". I need some magic keywords that aren't dominated by Wikipedia, the civil rights sites, and the political sites; yet, when the searcher lands on my hubs because of those magic keywords, they are happy to stay because it's what they want to read.
Well, I scattered a bunch of cinnamons around it and called it a day. Couldn't think of anything else to do.
Never did find out how to nominate for EC. One thing I won't do is send HP a pesty email.
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