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Has anybody ever checked to see how our hubs are indexed in Google?
I put some of my hubs in Google search to see if t not hey were found. The interesting thing is that Hubs, regardless of author are listed on pages together. Every listing was Hub by a hubber. This is certainly not the way our blogs, sites, or articles from other sites are listed. So I guess searchers have to search for hubs like this: dating hub pages, otherwise we are missed. No wonder our views are low.
I think if the keywords for the hub are in the article and all the seo options are used it will get indexed for the keywords people type into google. I have a hub that is ranked in the top 3 for a few keywords related to the hub and other than writing the hub I did no other type of promotion. It just got picked up by Google and was information for what people were looking for. Check it out for yourself, type into google: how to make iced branches. The hub comes up #3 on google. Great traffic especially around this time of year. Ranked #1 for: how to make winter wedding centerpieces.
I did a Google search for 'inane hub' and three of my inane hubs were entries 1,2 and 3 in the results. It's the first time I checked, thanks for giving me the idea.
Cyoung I did check your iced branches. Surprisingly it showed up without a list of nothing but hubs, whichi is rare.
We all dream to rise to number one on Google. This fascinating topic can teach us a lot about how Google lists each and every one in the Hubpages community. You may first type in your name and then Hubpages and see what happens. Which of your Hubpages articles are most popular or picked up by Google? What other pages with your name show up.
Alternatively, you can enter the title or keywords from a selection of your Hubpages articles and check the results. Have you written a number of Hubpages blogs on a similar topic? Which one is most popular?
I do know that my Earth Day Slogans Hubpages blog is Number #1 Uno on Google when I enter the key words. However, it does not show up when I just put in my name and Hubpages alone. I have written numerous articles about Hubpages Tutorials and Community which do show up on bestofhubpages website.
The hubs I have produced on my 4 month old account do not even come close to the amount of traffic I can get from my one year old website and my one year old website does not even come close to the traffic I receive from a website more than 10 years old.
by Dan Harmon7 years ago
I now have 11 hubs that are not indexed by google - nothing published since July 12 (the last one was published on the 9th and indexed yesterday). Normally I've seen then set up with 24 hours, occasionally in 48,...
by Nell Rose3 years ago
I have had a real drop in views over the past few weeks, and as others have too, I just presumed it was Google panda or the usual drop we often get. But I decided to check in google search, and something strange has...
by Ceres Schwarz5 years ago
Hello. I have some questions regarding Google Analytics and Webmaster tools. Any help is greatly appreciated. When I checked my webmaster tools, I saw a lot of URL errors, a 404 crawl error because apparently...
by Elisabeth Sowerbutts6 years ago
OK I've just moved my accounts over to the new sub-domain structure ie. http://lissie.hubpages.com/ I've noticed 2 things - my last hub pubished over a week ago finally got indexed it wasn't yesterday -that may or may...
by David Stillwell5 years ago
Staff@hubpages.com:So I published my second hub in a very long time. The last hub publised was not crawled by google for days on end. I ended up having to manually submit it. Fine! A few days ago, I published a...
by Katherine5 years ago
Hi, I am new to HubPages, but I've noticed some of my hubs are indexed on Google and some are not. One of the earliest ones I posted (over 4 days ago) has a little 'traffic falling' arrow next to it. I tried to search...
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