One of the important on page SEO identifiers is whether your keyword is in the sub domain. How do we achieve that in a hub?
You can place your keyword in the URL (when you create the hub), in your tags, in your summary text and in your title. That usually does the job.
With Hubpages hubs your title is automatically in your url so just get the keyword in the title and your fine.
by Shadaan Alam4 years ago
What is on page SEO and how can it be done for hubs I write?I know well about off page seo, but little about on page seo, can my fellow hubbers please tell me about it? Is it just keyword spreading throughout the...
by Wesman Todd Shaw3 years ago
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by Paul Maplesden4 years ago
For those of us that want to use HubPages to make a passive income, the main source of traffic to our hubs is through organic Google Search.A few months ago I came across an excellent piece of research from Search...
by yoshi978 years ago
For a long time it has puzzled me how one of my hubs keeps doing great, when it shouldn't. You see, I started a hub on one topic and then changed my mind in the middle of it.Now, back then I had no idea you couldn't...
by Glen Kowalski3 years ago
I tend to create long-form content. A table of contents or a search function at the top of a hub would greatly benefit my users who may already know a bit about the subject and are looking for something new.
by skysonwane2 weeks ago
my article is all about google drive link generator ' i definitely targeted the keyword for the post but , my site has google drive word which is not a targeted keyword even if it is used more than 10 times , if you...
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