After the recent Google changes traffic for most hubbers has plummeted. What do you think we can do as a hub community to help improve traffic and get back hubs to their deserved places in search engine rankings. Flagging substandard and spam content is certainly one way, but what else can we do?
I started a similar thread, with only a slight participation; it's good to get the discussion going again.
Here's an interesting article on Hubpages and Squidoo with regard to this Google update
http://www.marketingspiritual.com/2011/ … le-update/
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