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Is it true the older the hub is the better it is in the search engine "generally"
I was wondering if the older a hub is does it usually perform better over a period of time? For instance a hub that is a week old versus a month to a year. Is there any certain period of time in which certain lower performing hubs could pick up.Perhaps not super traffic, but better than they once were?
Many long term Hubbers say that hubs gain status with Google when they have been around a while. Most of my older hubs have been steadily showing more traffic lately so I think that there is merit to the theory.
If the Hub is truly of quality, it can improve with age. A lot of it depends on the Hub having good, evergreen content. A newer, more relevant and informative Hub could surpass it.
Both of you got my attention on that subject,of a good question.It is one that i heve wondered about myself.
by Nell Rose3 years ago
I have checked a few of my articles over the course of a week, not all of them but most of the popular ones, and I noticed that when I put them in Google search they only show up through another link such as Pinterest...
by Robbie C Wilson5 years ago
Not sure if anyone else has had a similar issue, I published five hubs around the 27th to the 28th of December. All five are featured hubs, however, three of the five do not appear in any search engines I have tried (I...
by Helen Laxner5 years ago
Before the day is over!
by kobimal10 years ago
free ways are better
by Nathan Bernardo4 years ago
This is about one of my Hubs from a different account than I'm using for this thread. It is an Editor's Choice Hub and there was concern expressed in previous forum threads about whether 301 redirects were working...
by K Kiss7 years ago
How to find out whether you hub is number one in search engine?I mean do I just go to google and type the title of a hub to see if it appears in the first page of google...or what?
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