I just found a site that allows you to submit your url to a bunch of different search engines. I did it, and hope it helps, but I am wondering, who is using all these different engines? I guess I thought Google, Yahoo and Bing pretty much had it tied up. I wonder what the purpose other ones, are?
The other ones are not any different than the major ones. They deliver, albeit little traffic, but traffic to your hubs.
Getting traffic from all or as many places as possible is a good thing.
by DNemesis6 years ago
Alright, so in an effort to improve both traffic and conversions, we should explore whatever myths or curiosities some of us may have. People have often said that an article's length defines quality, at least to the...
by Arthur Fontes8 years ago
How much traffic would I expect to receive from search engines? What is an average percentage of traffic coming from search engines?
by Anas Shad5 years ago
While I was in the forums, i saw a lot of hubbers complain about the effect of the Google Panda on their traffic and earnings. Some even so disappointed that they were thinking about quitting hubpages. I was wondering...
by Jack Lee4 weeks ago
Recently, I noticed a change in how our hubs are treated by the various search engines. It use to be hubpages would rank high in google searches compared to bing and yahoo...In recent days, one of my newly published...
by Marie Flint8 months ago
I came across this piece of advice in the first part of the Learning Center:"Write to educate your readers on your topic: create content on subjects that you are an expert; don't create content for search engines,...
by Rajinder Soni8 years ago
Hi friends,I have been to hubpages for more than a year now, but I want to know how to create a hub which ranks well in the search engines.. really. This will help me earn money, as frankly speaking I wanna be popular...
Copyright © 2018 HubPages Inc. and respective owners.
Other product and company names shown may be trademarks of their respective owners.
HubPages® is a registered Service Mark of HubPages, Inc.
HubPages and Hubbers (authors) may earn revenue on this page based on affiliate relationships and advertisements with partners including Amazon, Google, and others.