I uploaded Google Analytics and I was trying to use the tools but It's totally confusing to me. I'm not even sure if I'm supposed to in this...am I in Hubpages areas or my own. It's telling me problems like this XML Sitemaps
Your website does not contain an XML sitemap and that can weaken your SEO.
and this: AMP
It seems that this page does not have an AMP version. If you are a publisher, you should think about creating Accelerated Mobile Pages, which is an easy way to make your pages load instantly on any mobile device. and this: Headings
We see your page implements HTML headings but through headings do not appear. This should be corrected.
H1 (1), H2 (0), H3 (0), H4 (1), H5 (0), H6 (0)
: Whois Record for Twitter.com
: Whois Lookup Video
Along with several other errors for my Hubpage Article HTML formatting
I don't know what to do with this information or how to fix all these things that say it's slowing down my SEO. Anybody have a clue what I'm talking about because I don't?
None of the issues you mentioned are your problems to fix Don't worry.
Thank you, I've been trying to figure out what I did...somehow when I tried to get Google Analytics I got that and SEOQuake Add-on which is giving me all this info about my articles...I'm starting to understand more already and was able to make some better changes for SEO to my articles..still working on them but this is very helpful as it lists what you need to change for better search results.
This SEOQuake shows Google Cache error on a couple of my articles is this something I need to have hubpages fix?
All you need to focus on is:
Writing a nice search engine friendly title and meta description. On EDIT mode you get to enter a summary, this is your meta description. Use this nice tool to help you out: http://www.seomofo.com/snippet-optimizer.html
Remember your title and description act like ads on the search results. Write it well and you get more clicks provided your article also ranks, of course.
Other than that divide your article into bits with each having helpful Headings. Include lists and bullet points too when possible.
That's about it if you are writing on HP. When working on your own site, there's a lot more that you need to do.
Thanks! That's a lot of helpful information that will serve me well!
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