I just avoid the angel of a topics if I see a lot of .com, .org, .net sites with exact same title in the site’s URL [not the content’s URL] in the first page. I don't care PR much. Anything under PR5 is good for me.
Backlinks are also important. Too many backlinks to a site and it will be too difficult to beat. You can still beat an exact match domain so long as the backlinks are not too many.
by Jane@CM 9 years ago
I've read and reead the hubs on URLs, RSS & Backlinks. I thought I was fairly literate in computers, trust me, I'm stumped.Adding RSS - okay so I want to add an RSS capsule to my hub. I read that you can add your profile URL as an rss but it tells me NO! I don't understand backlinks...
by Gary Anderson 7 years ago
The Panda update, which I call Pandaganda, due to the fact that social buzz is controlled by mainstream propaganda media, is what is driving some pages to the top of search. Since this is the case, nothing but massive buzz will help us. Here is proof that what I say is true from a great site:...
by Susana Serer 8 years ago
I don't think I'm alone in thinking that the main thing that has dragged hubpages down in this latest algo change is the amount of crappy content posted on here over the years. I understand the reasoning behind the latest changes regarding ad placement and reduction of amazon and ebay links and I...
by bigmikeh 9 years ago
I discovered RedGage a few days ago. You can post photos, documents, videos and links on the site, and get paid for doing so. Only cents, but to get paid to post links to hubs or sites is novel. So I now have several PR3 links back to my hubs, and 5 cents(!) in my account. Will it disappear under a...
by Rahul Parashar 4 years ago
I am thinking about building some backlinks to my Hub[ages subdomain, but am not sure where and how should I start. What do you suggest? What's your backlining strategy? Is it really impossible to get so organic traffic without backlinks? If not, how difficult is it?
by Eric Dockett 3 years ago
In the blog post about moving away from subdomains Paul referenced comparing HubPages to competitors several times. To me, this indicates HP has identified certain sites as typical of the kind of site HP is attempting to morph into. I ask because I think it would be helpful to have some idea of...
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