I was working on a hub and decided to change some keywords.I checked some keywords and the competition was staggering. Nevertheless I remembered that a hubber said she had to read halfway through my hub before she knew my country. I decided to put that keyword in the title.
After publishing the hub, I decided to find out if it had ranked on the internet. It was okay in Google; but in Bing,when I put in the title I came up with my profile! The hub title I had entered wasa hub that used poetry;but it was not listed in that category under my profile.In fact it was not listed!Now, I am someone who has fluke experiences. Someone who searches for the hub may find the link to the hub on Bing and not my profile.
I found a listing under that one[profile] with my name and a title that included snobby.When I checked it out, the link led to a hub was by one Jeremeo; and it seemed like the listing had been juggled.I clicked on the link because of my hubpage ID name and snobby in the same breath! Now Hubpages most likely is not responsible for the summary by the search engines.I am going to spice up my profile so that if it is out there on the net,it would be magnetic. Comments please.
by Mother of Movies and Series Reviews 13 months ago
I have finally published a hub that has been deemed unfeatured. I can only direct my attention to a table I inserted which was long when viewed on the mobile platform. Grammar is checked, titles tweaked, content is solid as its in the same vein as my other articles. Do you think this could be it?...
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 MICKEY MOUSE 17 months ago
I'd like some help with passing the Quality Assessment Process. Will you please give feedback on my Hub True Paranormal experience Part 2 (must be signed in to view). What can I do to improve? Thanks!Dear Hubbers,I see my hub is not published for some reason I need your...
by aoiffe379 8 years ago
I discovered from experience[hub on Financial Angel] and from reading articles by other hubbers as well as those found by research that some keywords are high paying and searched for frequently. Financial,success and money are among them. After the hub on Financial Angel shot up almost overnight, I...
by Mishael Austin Witty 7 years ago
Just curious ... You can apparently flag a hub for being "low quality" if it is "purely personal." I've seen a lot of content on here that (to me) seems purely personal, but I haven't flagged it because it seems wrong somehow to flag someone's thoughts. What does everyone else...
by Melanie Palen 9 years ago
Okay, not actual robots.I have a hub about how my mom got into this company called Melaleuca and basically how hard it was for her to get out of a contract that she was in (one that she never heard, read, or signed.)Anyway, it's just a story, really. The comments you see on it are comments that I...
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