by Ethan Green 6 years ago
So this last few days a few significant things have happened that might have affected traffic:1. The Hubpages power outage2. The potential issues with profiles and amazon links which the team have been working on3. A Panda refresh (I think)4. The EMD updateThe exact match domain update is the one...
by Katherine Tyrrell 21 months ago
This is worth a read Updated Google Quality Rater Guidelines target fake news, low quality and clickbait"It includes a link to Google's REVISED (March 2017) Search Quality - General GuidelinesIn terms...
by BradTheGeek 6 years ago
Why did my hub fall out of Google's rankings so quickly?I have a hub that for the last month or so was consistently going up in search rankings and getting 30-80 hits a day. It managed to make the 1st thru 4th position on several search phrases. Now yesterday it dropped like a stone, I...
by Ellen 7 years ago
1. Relevance to search query2. Quality of content3. User experience4. Relevance to search query5. Authority of author (I hope Hubpages gets rel="me" working.)6. Relevance to search query7. Who's linking to you8. Relevance to search queryBut BESIDES that. Here's some useful stuff.READ...
by John Coviello 6 years ago
To Rank Better After Google's Panda Update Should Underperforming Hubs Be Deleted?I understand that one of the main things Google tells webmasters that want their sites to do well after the Panda Update changes, is to get rid of low quality content. Does that mean deleting underperforming...
by Katherine Tyrrell 3 years ago
Read "Updating Our Search Quality Rating Guidelines" - plus comments - on the Google Webmaster Central Bloghttp://googlewebmastercentral.blogspot. … uscommentsRatings from evaluators do not determine individual site rankings, but are used help us understand our experiments. The...
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