How do I I find whether Noindex or nofollow tags are attached to my Hubs?
You can look up the source code of your hubs when you go to file or page and click on view source this comes up with all the html code to check.
Of course you do this when you have a hub on your screen!
rel="nofollow" means "don't pass any PageRank to this URL".
by Liz Elias 8 years ago
Hi- I was noticing that the traffic source reports include Twitter and Tweet Grid, but not Tweet Deck. I normally use Tweet Deck, because it is much more user-friendly, and auto-refreshes (unlike Twitter home). Also, as with Tweet Grid, anything posted there does feed over...
by Eugene Brennan 2 years ago
Just wanted to share this. Someone pinned or "flipped" one of my hubs on Flipboard, a magazine site. So I've had a ton of traffic all morning. I made my own magazine and the traffic magnified even more! (currently 16 visits per minute). Might be worth looking into as an alternative...
by Mousumi Paul 6 years ago
From Google help,I know that I should copy and paste the Gogle AdSense code in my webpage.But when i try to do that using their help,It's not working.Because when i try to view the sourse code,i can't edit them,so i can't put my adds.Please help me out...
by Ohma 9 years ago
This is a problem since the forums get to heated up or are very in apropriate. I wrote a hub about my grandparents and their wonderful relationship in response to a hubmob challenge so it was automatically catagorized. and when this feature was pointed out to me I checked and there is a link to a...
by StephanPoe 3 years ago
I believe in something I call Hubbers Respect. Mora useful than Hubber Score. What is Hubbers Respect? You see I think we are way more likely to click on an Hubbers name and check is profile and consequently his hubs on a regular basis if we respect the person and the knowledge they possess. And...
by Aya Katz 10 years ago
I am trying to find a touchscreen keyboard program for Project Bow that is open source so that we can alter it to the needs of Bow, a seven year old chimpanzee. We need the keys to be very big and with lots of space in between, so that it will be unlikely for him to press two keys at once by...
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