Do you use search data found on statistics tab to come up with a better title for your hub?
And if you do, does it help in increasing traffic to your hub?
Tried it yesterday on one of my accounts.Traffic is Improved!
Yes I've updated few of my hubs titles based on the search data and the traffic has slightly increased when compared to the the one which I've previously given
by Jack Lee 2 years ago
The current hub score is ok but not a great measurement of a hub or the quality of the "title." I would like to suggest adding a new column that shows the current Google Page Rank number of the hub. This information may be obtained currently by using one of the SEO rank checker such as -...
by molometer 2 years ago
Getting this error on every hub. No search data for any period?
by Gina145 5 years ago
Why can't I find my latest Hub when I search using any of the words in the title?My latest Hub is about my experiences as a new user at both RedGage and Bubblews. I have tried putting both names in the HubPages search bar and the Hub doesn't show in the results even though the Hub has already...
by Robie Benve 5 years ago
I love to see what people were looking for when they found my hubs, it helps me choosing new titles and see which questions I left unanswered.I was hoping to see keywords under Traffic Sources, but I have to click on each hub and then stats, and then keywords.... quite a long process to check them...
by Cardia 3 years ago
While going through some of my hubs, I realized that most of them have numbers in the title - for example:- 7 Ways to Gain More Followers on Instagram- 50 Brilliant Life Hacks that Everyone should know- 19 Easy Ways to Save Moneyand so forth. I was just wondering if using titles such as these is a...
by Paul Edmondson 16 months ago
I wanted to share two trends I see in content that are very successful today. The first one is what I call the opposing argument to the search term. Google wants balanced search results. You will often see articles that promote a very positive sentiment, but rarely will you see opposing or...
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