I logged into one of my other accounts today to see that daily traffic was up by at least 1,000 hits. I Googled and I saw that my hub is now featured in the top spot (spot #0) in Google, in the answer box/rich snippet.
Just thought I'd share - this is another great benefit of the niche subdomains.
I absolutely don't understand the snippet thing. Can you explain, in every day language, how you set this up? I'm totally lost!
Congratulations! It's amazing that such a seemingly simple thing has had such success. It just goes to show, something that seems like common sense can be helpful, and something people are searching for. Great job!
Pretty neat, isn't it? I have several of those, often with the #1 and sometimes #2 spots as well (for different hubs).
One of them has gone from around 100 hits per day to over 900 on a good day. It does indeed make a difference!
That's great news, but I don't know what is happening this week. My traffic tanked by nearly a third since this weekend and I'm not sure how to fix it.
Should I add tables for those hubs?
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