Is it really the best to move our articles on these other sub-sites?
I'm not very good with computer but I think that copying our articles on the sub-sites will make google say that our article was posted yesterday instead of 3 years ago. Google trust old datas more than new apparently. So I fear that a) our articles will be classified as copies b) our articles will not be trusted because they are new
by Farkle 3 years ago
I have had some articles that for over 4 years ranked pretty high on Google, and now, since the latest update, other websites are outranking them. So I decide I want to learn more... What do these websites offer to outrank mine? I go on them, and this is what I see:-The articles are much shorter...
by Samantha Cubbison 9 hours ago
There’s a new network site in town, and its name is “HealthProAdvice.com.” And it may get a little crowded, because there are also two more new sites (branching off of the HealDove brand) in the works! If you want to get to know the newcomers, head on over to the official blog post →...
by Victoria Van Ness 5 weeks ago
What's the point in keeping us from linking to our own work in our articles? That's how we increase traffic to our articles!
by Brandon Lobo 2 years ago
Hi,There's one hub of mine that was averaging around 200 views a day and getting plenty of Amazon sales around a year and a half ago, then throughout the first quarters of last year it was stable at around 50 views and fast forward to the present day... for it to cross 15 a day is hoping for too...
by Susan Ream 6 years ago
I have read from many writers that it is best not to have your eggs in one basket. The advice is to write articles on several sites.Hubpages is the website that I get most of my traffic from. I have written on other sites but they do not bring the traffic like Hubpages do.Are people...
by Cassandra Kuthy 3 years ago
So I am debating on sticking with hubpages and I am wondering what my best form of action would be. My website has been slowly doing better since I dedicated many of my crafting and crocheting posts there. I am just wondering if I should start taking other articles I have written and...
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