I found it before but have since forgotten and am not having much luck in searching Google right now. I'm trying to find one of those websites or methods that lets you type in your url and a specific keyword and tells you what page you show up in in google ranking. I don't feel like searching page after page on google for where my article sits. Part of my problem I think is I forgot what the term is called.
by starme775 years ago
I was extremly surprised when I did a google search and my article came up number five on the first page of google search that made me happy
by Free Gamers4 years ago
I have another account on hubpages that contains an article that was on page three for its keywords. A few days later it jumped to the top of page two. The next day, gone. I can find it by typing in the exact title, but...
by Cholee Clay3 weeks ago
I'm wondering how articles are effected when they are linked to by outside websites. I'm assuming if the other website is a good site article views should rise. Are there any negatives to having articles being linked...
by codehub7 years ago
Per Google help"Bounce rate is the percentage of single-page visits or visits in which the person left your site from the entrance (landing) page. "This indicates that if the visitor proceeds to another...
by Mike's Corner7 years ago
I started about 7 weeks ago and have been publicizing/backlinking most of my hubs through the bookmarking sites SheToldMe, Snipsley, Xomba and Redgage.Does anyone think (or know) whether Google, as part of its new...
by Benji Mester7 years ago
I noticed that one of the Hubmetrics numbers on hubs is view duration. It tells you how long people stay glued to each of your hubs before clicking away for something else. I know that Google measures view...
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