I have a seasonal hub that was in #1 position with Google last year. I searched it and cannot find it now. What do I need to do to get it back up there? Change or update my hub somehow? Any tips? Thanks!
When you say seasonal, do you mean something that was a one of wonder - such as a 2009 new release or something that won't continue to get views?
If it is seasonal like Halloween or Christmas you might be able to resurrect it with some fresh content and a couple of new backlinks.
first of all, you mentioned that you can't find it, so here's a tool that will help you:
http://www.seoserp.com/web_tools/google … hecker.asp
simply put in your keyword(s) and the domain you want to find and search and it will tell you what position you're in
This sounds like a great tool! Thanks, I will try it out.!
I have a lot of seasonal hubs,e.g. Christmas... they pick up again and if you have a few of them it is good to write a capstone hub and do a back link.
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