When I typed in my Hub's title! It shows on page 1 of Google Search!
HubPage really rocks.
(cannot or don't know how to post that link or image I saved here!)
I hate to burst your bubble, but if you type in the exact title of any Hub, it's almost guaranteed to be on page 1 - because Google will always display the most exact matches first.
What you need to ask yourself is, "what would people type into Google if they were looking for the information in my Hub?". They don't know the exact title of your Hub, so they won't type that in, so that's not doing you any good.
I think you're onto something.
Just write 5000 articles like this:
They will all be No. 1 in Google, and you will be richer than everyone except Hubpages, itself.
Things will appear even better when you enter All the Titles of All your Hubs into Google..... They will all be on Page One!
Check your hub places with the Keywords in them or just take Marisa's advice. Good Luck.
Well, learning something new everyday
What do you mean 'check your hub places with the Keywords in them'?
They mean that if your hub is called "The ten best things about green dogs"
Do a search for "green dogs" as this is what someone looking for information on green dogs would ask. It is when you rank number 1 for the keywords that people actually search for that the traffic comes rolling in.
Ouch it was good while it lasted, but you are still no1 for your title so that is good. Especially if it's How to make money online lol.
by Daniel Nathan Taylor 5 years ago
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