I want to know how HubPages is going to respond to Google's new update 2011. Will HubPages change its policies? If one HubHops at all, one will find a fair number of copied content articles, spam laden content, and over-all poor quality Hubs which in turn reflects poorly on HubPages as a whole. Does HubPages have a plan to address these issues?
I think that's the million dollar question (or the penny day question to this newbie).... all this is very confusing to me, as i just signed up this week. I do hope it gets straightened out. I enjoy writing, but it would be nice to have a wider audience.
I would imagine hubpages would change its policy, perhaps similar to infobarrels?
However, isn't the hub hopping supposed to get rid of bad content that may be to short, bad grammar, copied, or spam? I rarely see a good hub on hub hopping, but I see VERY good hubs when I actually search the site generally.
Back up a minute.
We do NOT know what factors have caused the traffic decline.
I would love to see HP "cleaned up", but HP isn't going to change anything that they do not see as necessary to restore and improve traffic and earnings.
The phrase "don't throw the baby out with the bath water" comes to mind here.
I love this artice. It's definitely the right move.
HubPages' New Revenue Model 2011
They should have done this a long time ago. I never liked Adsense to begin with.
I am bummed out that I did not get invited. Looks like they are only inviting the top/ most popular Hubbers who have been here a long time.
I cannot wait until this is available to everyone. Currently it's in testing phase, but they plan to launch it publicly in June of this summer.
Earning for writers will definitely increase.
by Ethan Green 5 years ago
So this last few days a few significant things have happened that might have affected traffic:1. The Hubpages power outage2. The potential issues with profiles and amazon links which the team have been working on3. A Panda refresh (I think)4. The EMD updateThe exact match domain update is the one...
by Paul Goodman 5 years ago
Looks like Google made another algo change earlier this week. My traffic rose about 25% on my main HP account around this time, so I'm guessing the update was the cause. My traffic is still low by historical standards (down by more than a third from the start of the year), but I...
by thisisoli 7 years ago
I have kept quiet about this for a while now, but after the Panda update I saw my traffic drop a little then normalize (as expected after any Google update).However since I made the changes required by Hubpages (and I assume changes enforced upon everybody else) I have seen steadily declining...
by alternativeto 3 years ago
Hey guys, i think HubPages is losing it's rank on Google, i have multiple accounts here and all are experiencing decreased traffic by 50% !!! . Anyone experiencing similar problems? Or did Google introduce any new algorithms?
by Adopt-a-Dog 8 years ago
Hi, I have been posting a series of hubs on Dog Care and Adoption topics. All my hubs are original and I type each character in it. I also got a decent number of Hubs(21) to begin with all with good content. But google has twice turned down my request for adsense Account. It says-" Thank you...
by muratos 7 years ago
Hi to everyone and good news for all Lately, I have played a lot with Analytics to determine which of my hubs affected badly in US traffic alongwith Yahoo backlinks count. I have noticed a pattern. It is mostly about backlinks. Google devaluated inner linking value from hubpages. That's it. Nothing...
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