I have been very much discouraged like others, after the panda update. I was not free all this time to write more hubs, but now when I am free, there is panda update which has hampered my motivation. From last few weeks I have been looking for a solution in form of any other site to write but I found none to be useful for me. What do you perceive about the recovery of Hubpages from panda update?
There is one more problem that has been bothering me from very long and that is I was using my friends adsense account from sometime but it was blocked few months back.
Can I get a new account of my own and setup on this hubpages profile? I am much worried that google might block my new adsense account at the time of payout because this profile was first linked to another adsense account.
I will appreciate if you explain me adsense issue in bit detail. Don't forget to respond to my original post which is will hubpages ever recover?
I am confident that Hubpages will certainly recover from the Panda update. One of major reason why it hasn't is that the update is being rolled out in phases. Had the update been rolled out once only in February we would have recovered to an extent by now. But it may take a few months for Hubpages to get back its lost position in rankings. Your adsense issue is complicated. Hope someone more experienced can explain it in detail and you get it sorted out. All the Best!
The best advice I can give you is ranking hubs is still the same, it's just harder to get higher rankings now.
So the simple solution is to work harder or go for easy KWs.
For example instead of trying to rank "best laptop" go for "best laptop for men 2011". I havent looked if the second KW gets any searches but you get the idea I hope.
Hope this helps.
The hope is that the storm and dust will settle after a while, may be in our favour.
by Ultimate Hubber 7 years ago
Will hubpages recover from the panda update soon?HP has lost plenty of traffic from Google after the panda update. Any idea how long will it take to get the traffic back? Is it even possible to get the traffic back?
by Ultimate Hubber 7 years ago
I am working on my websites, adding content and trying to get them rank high in Google.
by Adventure Colorad 7 years ago
Now that the general Hubpages population can join the Hubpages ad program I have to wonder, is it worth it? I have been with Hubpages about two months and have only gained a couple clicks on Adsense. Do I have a better chance of making money from the HP program, or should I stick with...
by Paul Edmondson 5 years ago
Google announced an upcoming Panda release for this Friday or Monday. We will be watching.
by FaisalKhan2121 6 years ago
I say thank you Panda for helping to restore quality content to search engine results. Hubpages definitely has gotten better-- the spam is gone and the cream is rising to the top. Also, I'm making more money than I ever have in the four years I've been on Hubpages so I'm a very happy...
by Writer Fox 4 years ago
Google just released what it is calling "Panda4.0", a new addition to its formula for ranking content on webpages. If you have noticed a significant change (up or down) in traffic to your Hubs today, this may be why. Check your rankings on search engine results for your...
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