So I got to wondering why my one particular hub is getting SO much traffic. I went to google to search on my title and there it is on the front page. WAHOO!!!
Searching for the exact title almost always turns up your Hub on the first page of results. See if it will do that for a very common search phrase. That's how you know you've got genuinely good SERP positioning.
My website is first on page 3 of Google, but I am aiming for a very popular keyword 'music' so hopefully it will rise to page 1
Is this a newly published hub? Only I have found that newly published seems to have a better chance of getting on first page until google has assessed the rank for that hub.
If I am wrong, please correct me.
I do too! It really depends on what the actual search is though, and how specific it is
Now monetise it, I make a lot from my hubs which have made it to the number one spots!
Yeah being at the top of google is one thing, but being at the top of google for keywords that people actually search for can be a lot harder!
Hey Oli, did you really have to suck out all the fun in the celebration?
You know, even small accomplishes are large obstacles that were overcome in some people's perceptions.
Just a thought.
You have more than one hubs on first page of Google for their titles or part of the title.
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