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I would like to konw the high ranking hubs from my account. The problem is that i do not want to check one by one since it is tiresome and i have more than 150. What is the best way i should use. I also want to use tthe method on some forum i want to join.
They're all listed on your account page. http://hubpages.com/my/hubs
Yes, i know they are listed but the pagerank of individual hus is not shown, i just want to know how i can know the page rank of my articles ai once without checking individually/
Page rank does not have a huge impact on earnings or traffic. It would slow down reporting without adding value in my opinion.
One quickish way of checking your search results positions is to make sure you are signed out all google products and have also made sure that you have not allowed them to collect your search behaviour data, then go to the hub, click stats, go to the keywords tab and click the phrases in there. A new google search window will open and then you can browse through and see where you are for that keyphrase.
If you want to really keep tabs on your search positions for different keywords though you'll need to buy something like market samurai.
use http://www.scroogle.org It gives you google results which are not filtered by your own search and surfing preferences.
If you find a way I'd love to hear about it. I have been going through my hubs individually to see which have untapped potential - I have been looking for its potential traffic vs current position vs front page competition and it's taking forever!
If you mean high ranking in Google then there is no way without buying software which tracks your website for the keywords you specify.
If you want to check pagerank install the 'SEObook' toolbar for your browser, it gives you pagerank,backlinks,dmoz and yahoo listings,age,traffic stats and more, but you will have to individually go to each hub. Or there is a free version of a seo tool called 'Market Samurai' it is a software you can download, which allows you to enter your details once then tracks all your urls for you, in google, yahoo, and bing, plus heaps of other great uses. Shows detailed statistics for each url.
For your forums there is 'SEOquake' which is another toolbar for your browser that when your surfing through google serps, activate it and it shows the pagerank and backlinks etc as well, determines the pagerank of each page in a forum and shows nofollow and follow links.
Both work exceptionally well in Firefox, all are free to install and use.
I would post links here for these, but I am unsure if that is allowed, if anyone wants them I will be glad to provide them.
by hub score and no of visitors and their comments
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