Does spelling mistakes effects on hub score and search engines?
hasn't affected any of my scores. some of my hubs are just written without edit because thats the way i want them to be.. raw. the ones that count, i keep error free... this is a playground for me, scores mean nothing. its entertainment and if people like what i write i don't care about errors or typos.. and so far, it seems the people reading them don't care either, they just read it as it is and accept what i wrote
people find my hubs without searching.... some like them, others don't.. who cares, i'm not here to make money, i'm here to let my brain do what it wants
In all the reading I've done I've never heard of it affecting google ranking of Hub scores.
I havnt noticed ..my spelling isnt bad ,but the odd mistake or typing error does creep in ...if I notice it ,I correct it......My advice is read through before you publish and correct mistakes,then you are sure.
Thank you all very much for taking a time and answering my question. I ask this quest because English is not my Native language so I do make a lot of gramatic and spelling mistakes. Well, then I have to learn some more of English:)...and keep it correct!
Thank you all,
Peace&Love from Bosnia!
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by MrMarmalade 10 years ago
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by rutley 6 years ago
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