I don't understand why we are encouraged to write evergreen Hubs yet when I search I see in shaded notation written 7 months ago, 2 months ago - is that just for Hubbers or for our readers too?
Evergreen just means that the hub will be as useful and as true years from now as it is today. Articles we google frequently have dates they were written attached to them someplace. It's not uncommon.
Stuff that doesn't make good evergreen content, for example, would be statistical pieces since stats change frequently. Believe me; I know...LOL. I've written statistical copy for the web before, and I always had to look at the dates on the stats I was using to make sure they were the most recent.
by Marcy Goodfleisch4 years ago
I'm not sure if this is the right forum category - but does anyone know how various dates on our hubs affect Google traffic? I've noticed during several recent searches that some high-ranking results do not show...
by Ann-Christin5 years ago
I've just taken a snippet of one of my poems and done a Google search. One result came up which was the whole poem someone has copied and posted on facebook. This poetry hub has never been idle and used to get good...
by Eric Dockett14 months ago
Today I noticed that some of the niche sites are not always showing the updated dates in the SERPS. I've seen this specifically with Spinditty, Exemplore and Pethelpful. Instead it is showing a much earlier date, and...
by Whitstable Views15 months ago
Hi,Hi,I keep getting the message that my hubs could be featured, but no matter how often I change them, they never are. I keep getting told that they may contain "spammy elements" but I'm not sure what these...
by Hannah6 months ago
I am new-ish to hubpages. I've written three articles so far, but i feel there is so much i need to learn. So i wanted to ask for advice from more experienced users! Thank you.
by Aya Katz6 years ago
I still use the old Hubtivity to check what is going on on HP.http://hubpages.com/hubtivity/allThis morning, I saw there was a comment on one of my hubs from an unregistered user (Luis Diaz) on the hub about how to...
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