I guess the more experienced Hubpages members who are more SEO technical are best to answer-
I was just thinking about Broken Links and as I stated in another thread, recently I deleted 11 hubs from my list of hubs and found broken links within my hubs that were not identified by Hubpages.
So, my question is- will a broken link actually hurt a Hub?
And, if so, then what about all the "broken" links that are created from Hubbers who post other people's links, pointing out how badly the hubs are written and then when Hubpages actually gets around to deleting the accounts of said Hub Members...doesn't that then automatically create broken links in the forums?
If so, then isn't that also hurting Hubpages in an overall perspective?
Yes, I don't mind if you tell me I don't have a clue, and you would be right I don't have a clue. Hence, my reason for asking.
These aren't broken links but the question is are these considered good backlinks to your hubs Cagsil? http://hubpagez.blogspot.com/ the URLs are hidden so almost seems like duplicate content but I might be wrong.
Although that sounds like a good answer you should be able to reference where you got this information from. Looking through google webmaster this answer isn't really stated anywhere within googles info on duplicate content. Nice try tho at least it sounds convincing
Duplicate Content is based on age(which is first online). Therefore, if someone else copied my hubs and posted a link back to my hubs, then I am not tagged for duplicate content, simply because my content is older than theirs.
That's the key to duplicate content....it's solely based on which was first online.
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