Why has the Page Rank of my HubPages profile page gone up to PR3, then ...
back down to PR-, then back up to PR3, then back to PR- in the last couple of months? My Author Score has ranged up and down from low 90s to high 80s during that time. The PR was PR- even when my Author Score was in the 90s/
Algorithms are a senseless waste of time to try and unravel. Keep on being productive; who cares about the numbers...
The link juice passed from other pages linking to yours have probably decreased because of added links or comments...do not worry about page rank for better search engine traffic it is one of only 200 factors and a very over-rated one.
Hahahaha! It's because you are answering many questions. You just have to keep on providing complete answers to questions as well as voting for them - just joking. Actually I do not know the answer to this question.
Google engineers said they won't care about PR very soon. This is just a way to make people greedy and spam more than ever.
If they eliminate Page rank people won't have a way to check PR and will be cool
In all that time, my HubPages traffic has been pretty much the same. (In stock market talk, the graph is in a sideways channel.)
If Google does get rid of page rank, I can get rid of a tool-bar. :-)
I guess it will not be a big loss. At best, it has been only a very rough measure. Only a rough indication of which pages might be shown at the top of search results pages for specific keyphrases.
Let's hope we can still get links count info from Yahoo for use in SEO.
by Teresa Schultz 6 years ago
My HubPages profile page Google pagerank is 3. What is yours?You can use a free online pagerank checker tool to instantly check the pagerank of your HubPages profile, like the Google PageRank Checker. Simply copy and paste your HubPages profile page's url into the space for it on the Google...
by Sonali Singh 5 years ago
How can I improve the Page Rank of my Hubpages Profile Page?I want to improve my Profile page Page Rank. How can I do it? Please share some ideas
by Jule Romans 8 years ago
Am I correct in assuming that any page rank on the "my account" page is for hubpages as a whole, not for my hubs in total? The page rank on "my profile" is for my hubs, right?PS- I, too, am learning so much I feel as though my head is exploding.
by Sinea Pies 7 years ago
Can anyone help me to understand how to achieve a ranking of 4 on Google for a HubPages profile page? It is mentioned in this HubPages blog article "The More You Publish, the More Traffic Per Hub" by Jason Menayan and I would love to understand the...
by Audrey Selig 8 years ago
I have an SEO book, and have a question about page rank. I have a hub ranked P3. Is the rank partly based on hubpages itself and its popularity and page rank? I know it is based on many unknown things but might that be one of them? Thanks.
by Elisabeth Sowerbutts 11 years ago
Hi just noticed the PR on my profile has disapeared it had been 2 for about 6 weeks - has anyone else had the same problem I hop HP hasnt been google slapped!
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