If a hubpage is #1 at google search for the title but you think you could have done better with...
the content, it's worth rewriting it or will it change google's rank?
Just make sure your tags are at least as prevalent in your rework as it was in your original work. Add more text links and study your title. Every aspect of your hub must answer the question: They will find my hub if they search for.... Make that search as simple as possible yet broad and integrate that into your title, tags, text, content and photos.
by David Stillwell 5 years ago
For the first time, after publishing a new hub, I was not able to find it in google search for three days. I had to manually enter the hubs information into google so that it would be added to the search engines. Since then, the hub has only had 1 view from google... though yahoo search seems...
by Judy Filarecki 3 years ago
I did a google search on the opening statement of one of my painting hub, "Painting techniques are pretty much the same when using water soluble oil paints to replace your regular oils, with a few minor adjustments." I found one article on articletrader.com that was a complete...
by Gary Anderson 3 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 Jason B Truth 18 months ago
This situation really has me disturbed. I am a new Hubber, and I have come across a website that appears to have my Hubpage article published on it under a different name. That name is "mira mc" , who is not me. This is the link to that...
by Liz Elias 17 months ago
I just finished a massive edit of this hub:http://hubpages.com/sports/Camping-For- … -and-Enjoywhich was originally published in April of 2011.It has among the lowest traffic of any of my hubs, and shows up (first on the page), but nevertheless, way out on page 18 in a Google search for the...
by Melanie Palen 5 years ago
I'm not sure this is happening to my others hubs (I checked another one and it was fine), but one particular hub has the words 'next' in the title in Google search.Here's a pic:Edit: It is happening to others hubs of mine.
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