Once HubPages makes all these changes to improve the quality of our Hubs and reduce the spam, I think HubPages could make an appeal to Google to improve our status.
--Blocking IP ranges, see my suggestion on it: http://hubpages.com/forum/topic/72696
--Improving the moderating process, including more of us regulars HubHopping.
--Changes to the amount of words to Amazon/Ebay listings.
As hard as it is to take, I do see the changes for HubPages as a good thing. In the long run it will mean more respect and more viewers.
I don't foresee any major changes in our Google status unless and until the mountains of cr*p that's out there is gone. And that's not something that HubHopping will help with, as it's focused solely on the new cr*p.
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