How many of your Hubs are on the first page of Google?
How many of your Hubs are on the first page of Google (example 1 of 536)? What was the biggest factor in getting there, backlinks, tags, keywords, few topic search results?
I have 4 out of 6 of my hubs on the first page of Google. There are several factors that contribute to the likeliness of your hub appearing on the first page of Google. The biggest factor is the originality of your hub/topic. Is it something everyone writes about? Or is it something that there is little written about? Another big factor is the tags that you choose for your hubs. The tags should be specific to your topic. If you are writing about specific topic, your tags should not be vague. If you are writing about when certain fruits are in season, then your tag(s) should not just be "fruit". I think those are the two biggest factors contributing to your hubs being on the first page of Google.
by bojanglesk8 2 years ago
I was just wondering this.
by TIC Publishing 7 years ago
The tags you put in when creating an article... are those HTML META Tags? Google stopped paying attention to those in like 1999, and I don't think any important search engine uses them -at all-Is there any use in filling them in?
by Haunty 9 years ago
I write 5 hubs a day. 2 of them are quality hubs that I enjoy writing and put my most effort to, the rest are there to share some kind of information I think is interesting. But these are not as good and I actually struggle to write them. So how many of your hubs are you satisfied with?
by Juliette Kando FI Chor 3 years ago
I know we are all here to make some money, but having 10 ads on a page slows down loading time to such an extent that readers just don't have the patience to wait for a page to load. So they click away without reading our pages. To prove my point that the very high number of ads is to...
by Dr Mark 2 years ago
A few days ago I reposted a comment that another hubber had taken from Google. The comment stated that if you wrote about what you know, your reputation would improve. In fact, if you were writing about issue relating to money or health, unless you had some authority your articles would be graded...
by Adrienne Janet Farricelli 6 years ago
I have a couple of hubs that were ranking well in Google for my chosen keywords, but lately a few other websites are toppling over them. These competitive websites however are rarely if ever updated(ie yahoo answers from a few years ago, closed to new comments). Being hubs from when I first joined...
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