I'm hoping this is the right category for this topic, but I just noticed that one of my hubs sorta shows up in google search results when searching some of the keywords in the title. But instead of it having a link to that hub, it has a link to a forum topic where that hub was discussed. Is there any reason why that would happen, and if that makes sense, whats the best way to switch that around (meaning my hub shows in the search results, not the forum talking about it) Any ideas would be appreciated
by Margaret Perrottet4 years ago
I've noticed that when I do a Google search that my Hubs show up in the search results without any date. I just made a change to one of my articles "What is Dave Chappelle Doing These Days". I made...
by Csanad7 years ago
Do you have any hubs where your Yahoo search traffic is more that all the Google searches combined (thats Google with different domains (TLDs))? I have a few, although not many.
by John Coviello4 years ago
Lately, I've noticed some Hubbers Have Their Picture along side Google Search Results for their Hubs. How is this done? Seems like it may be helpful to entice people to click on a Hub link in Google.
by The Write Life16 months ago
I have been really noticing the new niche sites taking over on my Google searches in a big way, with many articles coming up right on top of search results or really close. Looks like the sites are becoming really...
by Justin Choo4 years ago
I wonder whether you SERP experts noticed the latest Google SERP which doesn't point to specific topic url? This is what I mean : Search for : "eternal elegant cheongsam"Came out in two lines in...
by Melanie Shebel6 years ago
It's on one of my oldest hubs but not on one of my newer ones. My guess is that maybe back in the day, HP used to put a datestamp on hubs which have since been removed but Google never forgot.
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