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Do we have to put tags somewhere on our hubs so that they become searchable on search engines?
Although 9 of my 10 hubs are featured, when I try to search for them on any search engine using key words as test cases, I never get them listed in the search engines matter. Is this normal? I was wondering if we have to put some key words somewhere on our hubs while creating or editing them so that the hubs become searchable. I need some advice on how to make our hubs easily searchable by, say, google.
There's no way to put tags in Hubs. You can put keywords in the title and text of the Hub. It is best to put a couple keywords in the beginning of the Hub and title, but not to over-do it. Though, in HubPages tutorial on search-friendly titles, they don't advise writers to look up keywords for titles, but just to make the titles search-friendly.
Read up on the use of nofollow by HP. Most notable is the fact that if your hubscore is not high enough, then your hubs are not found by search engines. It is an important fact to know.
by Chuck Bluestein6 years ago
I saw this somewhere but do not know where. I see hubs with a lot more than that.
by Paul Deeds8 years ago
Fresh on the heels of accolades, we've just released another new feature that I'm pretty excited about. You can now see the top search terms that people are using to reach your hubs broken out by search...
by Kristine McAdams4 years ago
I had a hub that was receiving around 1,300-1,500 views per day. It was chosen as Editor's Choice. It then dropped by about 1,000 views per day. I opted out of the program, but that hub is no longer showing in Google...
by Ethan Green6 years ago
I've read a lot about the importance of doing keyword research, but then you also get the impression that to really do that research properly can take a long time unless you get lucky early on or really know what you...
by Joween Flores3 years ago
Well, when you are suffering from depression and you opened your hubpages stats then you notice that 9 of your supposed to be featured hubs got unfeatured due to lack of traffic.. Very disappointing indeed but, can you...
by Janis Leslie Evans4 years ago
I'm increasingly coming to learn the importance of titles to make hubs searchable. But some of my hubs are still not doing well. Out of the following factors, what do you are the top three most important for hubs to get...
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