Do Any Hubbers Have Google Page Rank Above 6?
Delving further into SEO, I looked at the Google Page Rank for HubPages (which for the whole site is 6) and for my subdomain (which is currently 4). Does anyone on HubPages have a Google Page Rank above 6?
we'll one of my hubs was the 3rd down on the first page does that count
That's a great achievement to get on the first page of Google for any Hub. Congrats! However, I am talking about teh Google Page Rank for a HubPages subdomain, which affects how well all Hubs within the subdomain are ranked in Google.
What is Google Page rank? How can I see mine?
And how to see where my hubs stand on Google?
Google Page rank is a rank from 0 to 10 that Google assigns a webpage. 0 being the worst and 10 being the best. Google uses this rank to give higher ranking pages higher priority in their search results. Google this for more information.
Absolutely, many of my hubs are front page of Google.com. That's the key to evergreen articles. HubPages has a really good ranking on Alexa.
On Google.com, type in "reasons start blogging". I am second A friend found it the other day in a search. Neat when our own names pop up!
Congrats to you on your rankings as well!~
When you Google Froggy213, #1 is my Twitter and #2 is my Hubpages subdomain.
A big key to that is having a name that isn't used by others on line and for me, it matters more that hubs are up there, not necessarily my subdomain.
Many of my hubs are either first or are on the first page. Many more are on the second page. It really helps with daily hits and continuous traffic.
It takes time to start ranking that high, though; sometimes months. But once they're there, they tend to stay there.
I have found the same; it can take several months to get a higher rank.
My best performing hub ever was "Details Regarding The Facebook IPO". It is at the top of the Google rankings for that search term (still is, I just checked). When the Facebook IPO was announced last spring, the traffic to this hub went crazy.
All my hubs are at different ranking with google. Some are on the first, some second, and some are way back on the sixth, lol...... Hubpages is pretty good with the ranking....
Maybe one day... with 3 months of age that is impossible... would love to know the answer to that too tough
Apparently nobody understood this question.
He asked about Google Pagerank. This has nothing to do with what page or position your site shows up for a particular keyword.
My pagerank is and has been 2 for over a year. I have several 1st and 2nd result pages (300+ hits per day on one hub, plus 200+ slideshow views).
So breaking that PR3 wall seems incredibly tough. Getting to 4 is certainly a feat.
That said...Rock_NJ I just checked your pagerank and got an N/A...
I just checked my pagerank it is at a 3. You are right that 4 is hard to get to...
You're right Matt. For some reason my HP domain is not assigned a Page Rank at the moment???
I've been wondering about this lately as I have a pagerank of zero (just started so that's not a surprise). I suspect that you will actually be able to increase your pagerank by participating in the HubPages community as these links should pass pagerank from other hubs to you. This is the same idea as building internal links and sitemaps when you create a site.
Also you can build it naturally by creating great content which people link to.
by Anamika S Jain 7 years ago
I think a Google Page rank update happened today. I spend 15-18 hours working on the internet. A few minutes ago I noticed that one of my domains have gone from PR0 to PR2. I checked all my major sites and found changes in most of them. Some moved up on PR and some lost.
by Internetwriter62 9 years ago
I would like to know what is a Google Page Rank?When hubs are written about back linking and getting traffic, other hubbers refer to different sites as a PR 5 Or a PR 7. I often find that confusing. I would like to know what the numbers mean and the significance of these numbers.
by mcxniftycalls 8 years ago
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by Ma7moud ABo3ouf 10 years ago
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by Anthony Goodley 10 years ago
I recently created a new hub about PageRank and after I published it I remembered that it should be PageRank instead of the Page Rank that I used in my URL. I really felt like crying as it is a long hub and would be a lot of work to move to a new hub.But then to make the issues more confusing and...
by Technologyb2b 7 years ago
Tell me how can i increase my Google page rank..
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