I saw someone's hub has a page rank on them. How does a page rank for a page or website grow?
If you mean google pagerank then getting links from other pages and sites with as high a page rank as possible will help it to grow. But it's only updated every couple of months or something, so you won't get instant result.
I'm not sure about that it adjusts every couple months.
I've been here only a couple a weeks, almost 3 weeks, and my hubpages rank/score continues to go up and down, on every hub I've written.
So, I can only make a guess as to how it goes or down, or when it changes.
I've notice that the more you talk in the forums and interact with others, your score is effected, as is your fan base.
Sorry, to butt in, but that's what I've noticed so far.
Yes it does, the more visitors you get , the more valuable it is to google, and you get rewarded with a higher ranking.
I have a few pages in Bukisa and in Hubpages that are similar, and they are on 1st page of Google for their anchor text.
However I get the feeling that these pages are competing with each other on the same page.
As Bukisa is no-follow, and Hubpages is do-follow, should I delete my Bukisa's pages while allowing more traffic to flow into my hubs?
Ultimately I want more traffic to my blog, and I am not too pleased with no-follow in Bukisa.
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