How often does a phrase have to be searched for before it turns up as a Google Autocomplete Suggestion?
I reckon that is determined by the popularity of the search term and very hard to answer, unfortunately.
I don't know about Google. I'll have to pay attention. It takes less than 5 on my Kindle Fire.
by Diana Grant 6 years ago
What would be a high hub score for poetry?Could it ever get into the 90's, bearing in mind it isn't universally popular and judging it is very subjective?
by seamus 11 years ago
It seems there are "kinds" of hubs. One kind of hub says how easy it is to get ranked in Google's top 10 and how it happened with one of the Hubber's hubs. Then, I check the key phrase they are targeting and it gets no traffic or it's not searched for very often.--sigh--It's a major...
by Sherri 22 months ago
When someone called me a dork today, I did a search on what the term means. I was surprised at the results here: derogatory. A dull, slow-witted, or socially inept person. vulgar. The pen*s.Someone who has odd interests, and is often silly at times. A dork is also someone who can be themselves and...
by Kenneth Wayne 9 years ago
I found a key phrase that has very high volume with little competition. So I Googled the phrase to see what comes up. The top results are the same words in reverse order. That phrase is a very high volume with high competition. So, if I word my phrase with the least competition, will it come up...
by Compu-Smart 11 years ago
I have Searched a few of you hubbers profiles names on Google images and some of you are not on the 1st page..Some of you have more than one pic, and some have there pic and other hubbers pics!!...Which other hubbers are on your page and how many pics are there of yours?I have 2
by Juliette Kando FI Chor 6 years ago
There have been so may forum threads and posts (some quite offensive to HOD authors), that I would suggest the HOD should be selected by readers votes.Under the "useful, funny, etc." chain, a link: "Vote" would allow a reader to vote for the hub as HOD.The hub that...
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