Once your hub is indexed by the major search engines like Google, Bing and Yahoo it will then exist on their differently world servers. Unless your hub was written for an uncompetitive keyword, you will need to utilize SEO to gain ground on the front page for searches related to your hub.
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 Glen8 years ago
There seems to be a bit of confusion as to the most effective URL naming protocol and to make matters a little more complicated, I strongly belief that the hub claiming system that is in place is making things a...
by Peter V5 years ago
Do you usually write hubs for Search Engines or HubPage Followers?When you write a hub, do you write it for the entertainment of your Hubpage followers or to get traffic from search engines like Google? In other words,...
by Anita Hasch9 months ago
I hope somebody can help. I now have 49 hubs, and yet not one of them are seen by the search engines. When I click on their stats, it says under 'search phrases,' no search terms to add.(list of words that appear...
by Kristin Kaldahl5 years ago
I have a hub that went unfeatured several days back. It was my second hub, and it really was in dire need of rewriting. After doing an extensive revision, I sent it out to the QAP. Then I checked the...
by kelleyward5 years ago
Just wondering if it is spamming to submit your hubs to the same social networking sites more than once? For example, if you wait a week or so between and you are trying to get your hub more traffic can you submit it...
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