Pinging is like raising the red flag on the mailbox to tell the mailman you have new mail to be sent. In this case, you are telling the weblog tracking sites that your site has been updated.
yes they help
by Renz Kristofer Cheng 3 years ago
Greetings fellow hubbers!I've been here in the Hubpages community for more than 2 years now, and I've never been hit by the changes in Google's search algorithms. However, that was until the last quarter of 2014 where my daily page views got slashed by 80%. The traffic hasn't recovered ever since.I...
by Ohma 8 years ago
affect the authors search engine rankings on other pages, blogs, or websites?
by Aficionada 7 years ago
Okay, I do understand that Pagerank doesn't carry the same importance that it once did, but I can't help but feel delighted when I see several of my Hubs with increasing Google Pagerank! They are mostly, but not exclusively, the older ones, so I naturally assume that age helps to boost...
by LindaSmith1 3 years ago
This is hilarious! Went to stats page and there was this huge colored page. It is a HP survey asking how likely you would recommend HP to a friend? Then comments box there too. Nope, can't fix stats, etc. But make a prettier look and survey!!!I think the...
by Laura Izett 5 years ago
I am unable to get the "contact izettl(my hub name)" link on my profile page under my picture. I see that most other hubbers have this, why don't I? I go into "edit" profile and check the box next to hubbers contacting me and when I click on "save changes" it does not...
by Kate Swanson 4 years ago
The rev-sharing site Helium is changing its whole structure. It's splitting up into individual sites, each on a broad topic area. http://blog.helium.com/heliums-re-launc … he-corner/I assume this is an attempt to recover from poor traffic, and it will be worth watching to...
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