by james napier 10 years ago
I became a fan of a new Hubber, followed, and left some short, innocuous fan mail. Something like "She really knows about SEO..."Ready for this...She denied the fan mail?!? What in the world. Yes, let me add, I was her 3rd fan, and possibly her 1st fan mail.Now what kind of ingrate pulls...
by Les Trois Chenes 8 years ago
Are links to HubPages 'No Follow'?And what does 'No Follow' mean exactly? Are they totally worthless? How do you get 'Do follow' links - without much effort!!
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by J Sunhawk 12 years ago
I popped over the Google analytics to look around. I clicked on this and that to fool around and try to figure out this analytic stuff.Now it followed me home. It took up residence on my Hub page above the SEO bar.It's in this bar that says "Google Analytics." Then there's this blue box...
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