Does google treats new member's first hub the same as hubs of the old timers here, in terms of how quickly google indexes and ranks them?
If I want to create a new account to focus on a different area, and the new account is the referral of my current account, but both account share the same affiliate ID's, will my current account be eligible for referral revenue sharing?
Anything here is allowed or not allowed?
Google indexing does not care whether the account is new or old. The URLs are placed directly under the hubpages.com domain (...//hubpages.com/hub/...), not the hubber's profile.
Thank you both for the quick response. I sensed there must be some kind of rules here.
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