How to make that last push to a #1 Google Page rank?
Some of my hubs and webpages are doing really well in the page ranking game - many are at 6-20 for generic terms, but what can I do for that last push to number 1? (I'd be happy with 2 or 3 as well.)
Write more supporting articles that are linked by your keyword to your hubpage. Spin some articles for ezinearticles.com infobarrel.com articlebase.com, etc... The more keyword targeted backlinks you get the higher you will rise - Money and Web Traffic always point back to a lack of these links.
Hope that helps,
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