How to get your hub to stay in google

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  1. profile image28
    patkaa30posted 16 years ago

    Hi there I was wondering guys how I can get my hub pages to stay in google I noticed that when I create a hub it stays there for a week or so then disappears?? Do I have to create more backlinks to it or do I have to do somethingb else?? Your divine hub wisdom would be a great help guys.

  2. waynet profile image66
    waynetposted 16 years ago

    Yep build more backlinks to it, get other blog posts out there and link to it, add relevant keywords related to your hub topic, try and link in free link exchanges and directories and just be creative in your approach online, as you have to remember that other people are
    trying to get attention to all manner of sites in this huge gangbang that is the internet!!

  3. profile image28
    patkaa30posted 16 years ago

    Thanks man I tried to find some free directories but they seem alittle dodgy to me. Will try and post on some blogs or something like that.

  4. mgwhite profile image61
    mgwhiteposted 16 years ago

    One of the best ways to build back links is to become an active participant in forums that (a) are relevant to the primary subject of your hubs and (b) that allow links in signature lines. This will help you create links and generate incoming traffic.

  5. profile image28
    patkaa30posted 16 years ago

    Yeah doing that now but some forums dont allow you to do that. But yeah good idea will try finding some popular forums.

  6. Apae profile image60
    Apaeposted 16 years ago

    Yeah, that's quite a good way to keep yourself up there. But mgwhite said, it should only be in places with a similar topic. Then it becomes spammy, in my opinion.

  7. profile image28
    patkaa30posted 16 years ago

    being going to forums that talk about my topic and posting in them. What are some good directories to submit too. Is there any submitter sites I can goto?? Coz doing that would take forever!!

  8. spuds profile image59
    spudsposted 16 years ago

    Google traffic will come and go. Your ranking in Google will also fluctuate. Get lots of backlinks especially ones from sites similar to your hub will help.

    At the end of the day though Google is the only one who knows how Google works.

  9. profile image28
    patkaa30posted 16 years ago

    Very true indeed I was amazed at how quickly my hub got spidered in google. It was like in a matter of hours. Wow!! Making another hub now


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