I don't know if there's another thread out there like this, but I've noticed a lot of people don't understand that when you Google search something, you're getting personalized results.
In a nut-shell: Google shows results based on what you've searched and viewed before. Your results could be totally different than something someone else sees when Google searching the same thing. To see the true position of your site, all you need to do is add a few characters up in the address bar.
"How to temporarily disable Google Personalized Search? Add &pws=0 in the address bar at the end of a Google search URL."
For a button you can add to your browser, and more information, check out:
http://googlesystem.blogspot.com/2007/0 … lized.html
by Will Apse4 years ago
'To the best of Matt’s (Cutts) knowledge, there are currently no signals in the ranking algorithms that put any weight on how many Facebook likes or Twitter followers a specific page...
by Melanie Shebel5 years ago
When I did a Google search for one of my hubs, a different hubber's authorship is showing up attached to my hubs.I know this same thing is happening to another hubber as well... the same hubber's authorship (Marcy) is...
by John Coviello5 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 Dave Collado2 months ago
Does Google hate HubPages? I've never seen any search term return even a single hub in Google search results. Have you?
by Rumana5 years ago
I am very happy to see 7 of my hubs on top page of Google Search Engine.So thought to share my happiness with you.
by Andrew8 years ago
I am #3 for the term "Going to the park"The significance is, it is out of 358,000,000 (358MILLION) Results! Pic Proof:Good Luck with Page Rank,~thranax~
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