The recent Google Algo changes has come as a rude shock to thousands of online content writers and website owners. How are you planning to deal with the situation to get back your traffic and earning levels. You can speak about both your own websites as well as hubs.
I figure that if I ignore it, it will eventually go away.
by Kylyssa Shay 4 years ago
HubPages is under attack. HubPages content did not get hit by a Google slap and views did not tank due to Google algorithm changes; it is the victim of negative SEO.To see the nature of the attack:*Go to a Google search engine on a computer with no cookies saved on it.*Enter a random username and...
by Tessa Schlesinger 2 years ago
There may already be a thread on this, but I can't find it. So the two reasons I can find for the Fred update (9th March) were backlinks from ureputable websites and for websites which had a lot of advertising Some sites have apparently dropped 90% in traffic.I truly doubt that HP is going around...
by Akhil Anil 8 years ago
We know that we've been badly hit by the algo update a. In order to reach at some constructive conclusion, I would like to study which all websites got in thought the changes. Since many of the sites got low rated and the traffic is still constant, some other sites might have definitely found some...
by Farkle 4 years ago
I have had some articles that for over 4 years ranked pretty high on Google, and now, since the latest update, other websites are outranking them. So I decide I want to learn more... What do these websites offer to outrank mine? I go on them, and this is what I see:-The articles are much shorter...
by alternativeto 4 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 Ohma 11 days ago
affect the authors search engine rankings on other pages, blogs, or websites?
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