This post just came up on one of my Blog feeds, and it might be of interest to you if you have a wordpress blog (I don't but a lot of you do)
Can you make this little simple and short plz.
More or Sudden Huge Traffic to your site can Put your site in Garbage. Huge Traffic and No Hits = Garbage
by erinshelby 4 years ago
On a WordPress blog, if you insert a HubPages referral link (for readers to sign up for HP)...if you test the link to see if it directs readers to HubPages, do you get an error message?
by Yvonne Spence 5 years ago
One of my recipes has been copied, and spun, on a Wordpress blog. I found at least one other from Hubpages, but only my recipe has my name on it, so it's hard to tell if the other posts are all from HP or not. If you write recipes it would be worth your while to check. There are also articles such...
by Aiden Roberts 8 years ago
Hi AllI have had some great advice about improving my hubs, affiliates and blogs.I now need a little more please re blogs more specifically which blog platform?I very quickly set up a blog on blogger, then I got some really good advice on wordpress now I have stumbled upon Orble, I am confused...
by Dale Hyde 5 years ago
I recently created a Tumblr blog for articles that have been idled here. I move those hubs offsite. I was using WordPress.The reason I have switched to Tumblr is the ability to incorporate Google Ads via AdSense. I am able to have one 250x250 ad (sizes can vary, your choice, as well as...
by Cathy I 7 years ago
I want to link my Hub Pages to my Wordpress and viceversa.Is there a single URL I can use or do I have to have a URL for each article?
by Karen A Szklany 5 years ago
I have been thinking about how I can give some of my hubs that receive less traffic more light. On our profiles, we can pick a bunch of hubs that feature in a "gallery" that fades in and out, right under our bios and above the published hubs listed in the bottom section. This year, my...
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