As far as I see, you have already moved to the sub-domain. This is to protect your original and quality contents from the spammers and low quality contents. This now separates your contents from others are their negative impacts won't hamper the search engine rankings of your articles.
you don't actually have a choice, hubpages had a window that allowed you to accept and change your subdomain, but at a certain point it will happen. It is good for us because google was previously ranking the site as a whole, which meant that terrible hubs were pulling down the rank of the entire site. Now,(theoretically) google will "see" each of us as separate and good writers should get more hits organically.
by aka-dj 8 years ago
We all know how to recognize life, and death. I have heard that modern medical science does not understand why we age and die. Cellular structure and reproduction "should" theoretically go on and on. So why does it not?
by cashmere 7 years ago
I use flikr photos with the cc license but I know there are some sites which sell royalty free stock images.Any idea which ones are good?
by Oztinato 4 years ago
Why is C squared in the famous formula E=MC2?Why is the constant C squared in Einstein's famous formula E=MC2?I know there are supposed to be math reasons for this but doesn't it seem odd that the "constant" can even be theoretically squared? If a spaceship traveled at the speed C squared...
by Danny Miles 3 years ago
Why is my hubber score dropping?I am new to hubpages and I started with a hubber score of 30, which is what I am sure everyone starts with. It has been one week and I have already dropped to a 27. Can someone please visit my page and offer any advice that might help me increase my score?
by inc999 8 years ago
Do you make a living from google adsence?do you get paid monthly from google adsence?do you have a steady check from google?
by Ben Zoltak 7 years ago
Why should I move to British Columbia?I've been hearing more and more great things about BC, why should I move there from the States? Is dual citizenship possible? What is the weather like? What are the legal benefits of BC? What is the job market like? Will my children be drafted? Is...
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