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i found one by accident searching google for something else
There's not really any "ranked highest in Google" anyway. The ranking varies for every single search query. Something that ranks highly for "manhole covers" won't rank as highly for "chimney covers."
Not only that, but Google results are different for each and every web user, varying not just by country, but according to your searching patterns.
Hubpages will tend to rank better for people who visit Hubpages often, for example.
All you can do is use your traffic stats, Google analytics, and sites like SEMRush to identify which search terms YOUR pages rank for, then use scroogle.org to see how well your pages rank for that term in the abstract. Scroogle reports Google rankings stripped of personal browsing history filters. But in the real world, you never get unfiltered Google rankings, so that's just a ballpark figure.
Also, I think Scroogle may only be reporting Google US results.
Add the Firefox SEObook rank checker to your toolbar, search for it on Google.
by Ajit Kumar Jha7 years ago
Most of my hubs are ranked 1/10 in google. How can I improve the page rank?
by William Gerace6 years ago
Hi guys I was wondering how do I found how my Hubs are ranking on Google. Is it by the Hub title or the tags that we select when creating our Hubs. Silly question but was just wondering where I rank. Thanks again...
by 20gsxr058 years ago
I have worked on my hubs the first month of joining to get ranked in the search engines.I see after a long break that was accomplished.Why am i seeing small amounts of traffic. What am i doing wrong now?
by girly_girl099 years ago
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by DeanKeaton2597 years ago
Hey guys, are all of the hubs on hubpages capped at PR 3? I'm curious because I don't think I've ever seen a hub with a PR above 3. Are there any hubs that have a PR > 3? If so, could you provide some examples?
by linquish8 years ago
I am doing some experiment on hub ranking on google search and I would like to know how many of your hub get first rank in google for respective topic.Please state your hub topic.thanks.
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