How do you hubs rank on google?
I see most of my hubs rank high the first day (top 10) but the next day all plummit to 100+...Why is this ?
Because Google love fresh topics-that's why for a few day hubs will remain if the first page of Google if your chosen topic does not have any Ad bidder. But after publishing, if you keep building back links every day, then you will see the difference. Mostly, you competitor always keep building back link that is also another reason for falling behind in Google Search. thank you.
Yes, this is simply google giving priority to newer fresh content. If you want to stay at the top you will have to build backlnks back to your hub
by William Gerace6 years ago
Hi guys I was wondering how do I found how my Hubs are ranking on Google. Is it by the Hub title or the tags that we select when creating our Hubs. Silly question but was just wondering where I rank. Thanks again...
by David Stillwell5 years ago
For the first time, after publishing a new hub, I was not able to find it in google search for three days. I had to manually enter the hubs information into google so that it would be added to the search engines. ...
by Gary Anderson2 years ago
I thought if a hubpage was listed in Google search it was featured. But apparently that is not the truth. I guess I will keep the hubs up and run my own check on them.
by Bill Gassett9 years ago
As of yesterday my hub ranked very highly in google for most of my search terms. Today it is completely gone from google....not even listed at all. Also on the stats page of my hub there are no incoming hits from any...
by Thelma Raker Coffone3 years ago
Forgive me if this has already been discussed but I have been away for a while. I just searched for one of my hubs using Google chrome and it came up with a yellow warning button next to it saying "this site...
by Daniel Nathan Taylor5 years ago
How to get on the First Page of google?lets say that one of your hubs are on page 4 of google how would you go about improving it enough for it to rise up the ranking?
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