While checking the Google ranking for my hub about "best crafts for seniors," I notice that the URL shown is this:
Best Crafts For Seniors - HubPages
crafting.squidoo.com › Arts and Design › Crafts & Handiwork
Oct 3, 2015 - The best crafts for seniors are those that are simple to understand and without tiny pieces. Ways to help make crafts for seniors fun and fast are: ...
Why is it still under squidoo?
by jamesbrownbete 7 years ago
I also have squidoo account, but I will prefer to write more articles on hubpages. Not only that I found it more convenient but its also has high ranking than squidoo (based on alexa.com). And it does matter to me. How about you? What do you think is the best, hubpages or squidoo?
by Barbara Badder 4 years ago
I only had one Squidoo lens to move over. I started a new account anyways. Barbara Kay is my old account here. Anyways, the lens had a #5 search result on Google and now is the #2 result. I hope everyone else sees an improvement like this. Some of you with lots of lenses will be making some...
by Simon Cook 9 years ago
OK I'm a newbie to Hubpages - seeking a critique on my first hub.A couple of questions:1) Not enough content? Do I need to explain more about the pros and cons of Project Natal?2) I'm also a Squidoo user and have listed my Squidoo Lens - is that a big No No on Hubpages? Would it be better to...
by Rhadoo7 6 years ago
HubPages or Squidoo? (explain why)
by Tim Bader 3 years ago
Hi,I've got several hubs which have suddenly become un-featured "due to lack of engagement".On the one hand, fair enough, in that they haven't had a lot of traffic, if any, since they were transferred from Squidoo.However, on the other hand, these are hubs I just haven't got round to...
by John Hansen 2 years ago
I have only ever had one featured hub before but when I checked my account today I was shocked to find I have 13 in featured hubs due to low engagement. This is proof that traffic has fallen greatly. It's not just my lowest scoring hubs either..it is right across the board. Is anyone else...
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