Google has announced it will no longer consider subdomains to be individual from websites...
http://searchengineland.com/new-google- … ools-91401
Do you know if this is going to affect the newly ramped Hubpages and subsequent traffic? And, if so, is there another way to combat it.
I continue to suggest to Hubpages that they use another company for affiliate marketing. Google has too many problems. I have been using Amazon from the beginning, it is much easier and can be just as lucrative. Good luck!
well as long as Google is in charge and continues to change the rules,we'll doomed.
i'm becoming very discouraged by this and wonder if I've made a mistake waiting this out..
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