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Is it possible someone steal our highest niche keyword and place it on dotcom website?What i know dotcom website easily be ranked by Google or any other browser.
You are right. But still any dot.com domains need some backlinks to rank high in google. So don't worry as much.
by jenblacksheep7 years ago
I've been using the keyword research tool on Market Samurai and have found a few good keyword ideas. I had some ideas today about a potential niche and I was looking at the SEO competition. One suggestion that came up...
by lrohner8 years ago
I wrote about this a few weeks ago but am still confused. I have a hub that was ranked in the top 3 for its primary keyword in Google and it was getting 50 to 100 views/day, mostly from Google. It's got legit one-way...
by Rafini8 years ago
I came up 4th.It's exciting to see where you're listed, check it out!
by Ronald E Franklin3 years ago
I've been resisting crying about what the latest Panda iteration is doing to traffic, but now I can't help myself. One of my highest quality hubs is one of my two on Robert Smalls, the Civil War and Civil Rights hero....
by David Livermore4 years ago
Now it's not what it sounds like.I ran into another hubbers hubs, it was about five years old and it did provide some useful advice, but it was horribly done. I know I could write new content about the same topic,...
by SweetiePie6 years ago
I have caught yet another plagiarist website that is copying our hubs, and other websites so they can sell Christmas themed merchandise. I filed a DMCA request with Google, but I am noticing websites doing this...
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