How can I redo the link for my hub.
Do you ever wish you could start a hub over to give it better search perimeters and get more traffic? I changed the title the link remains the same. I start over and re-categorize my hub and the original link does not change. I completely change the entire hub from start to finish but the link is the same. Do I need to give it the link I want by completely starting over?
Yes, you need to make a completely new hub to change the link. Although some keywords in the link would help, you would better not delete the current one. Search engines favor old and established writing and they are already indexed. To avoid any "duplicate contents" slap from them, don't delete them.
My suggestion would be to make more back links with the keyword you're targeting as the anchor text. Also try to back link the back link. For example, if you back link from SheToldMe, backlink the "scoop" from RedGage. Back link the RedGage link from another website. But remember not to reciprocate. For example, don't back link the RedGage link from SheToldMe once you back link the SheToldMe link from RedGage.
by Brie Hoffman 7 years ago
Every time I write a new hub I post it on Redgage as well as SHETOLDME and a few others... Now when I go and check it later my Redgage posting is in google search but not hubpages...WHY?Anyone?
by jenblacksheep 8 years ago
I just wondered if anyone backlinked their backlinks, like putting Shetoldme links on Reddit for example. I'm seriously running outta ideas of how to get traffic.
by Life at DrTom's 7 years ago
I am getting much more traffic on my submissions at Red Gage than at Xomba, SheToldMe, or YouSaytoo. For the effort, Red Gage seems to be working much better, yet the other three sites have a higher Alexa ranking. Can anyone share their experience/thoughts on this? Thanks.
by brandonhart100 7 years ago
and Snipsly. This is a Four fold question.1.) Should you really do it? I've heard that it might not be a good idea to add your ID to these pages as your link could be worth a lot less in Google's eyes if they see you've linked from one page to the other and both have the same adsense...
by Hikikomori 8 years ago
Can you recommend good social bookmarking sites?I expect to see sites like Digg, Reddit and other common names to show up, but I'd appreciate it if you could also recommend some good lesser-known sites as well.Here's a few I use and enjoy:JumpTagsSimpyMister...
by Rafini 8 years ago
Ok, so now I have put links to several of my hubs on my MySpace blog and I think it helped drive traffic since I've had 11 page views since last night from different sources, which is more than usual, but don't know how to create a link for Facebook. Is this what it means to have...
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