Joined about 2 weeks. Made 3 Hubs but one went into republications.
Do check my hubs. Some advices and comments would be helpful!
It appears you have too many products on your hubs. You can only have one product for every 50 words on your hub. So, if you have 10 products (10 x 50 words) you must have at least 500 words.
Also, don't bold your keywords. It's bad practice in SEO anymore.
Thanks for the response. I do understand the over-promotional hub regulation and there is a warning when my hub has too many product listed. I've adjusted the hub accordingly until the warning does not appear.
As for bold keywords, I believe it's not a "bad practice" in SEO like what you said. Most likely search engines like Google just don't take it into much consideration as before.
Anyway thanks for the feedback, will put into considerations on future hubs. I've just added one more new hub as well.
http://vexez.hubpages.com/hub/kitchenai … xer-review
i just noticed one of my hub ranked pretty well on google on my keyword..
- find unique watches for women
- finding unique watches for women
- ideal unique watches for women
Rank around 10-12
- unique watches for women
Hopes it continue to climbs and stays on search engines..
I couldn't find you in the SERPs. You've got a lot of facebook likes and Google+ likes so that will likely give you an initial boost. What I see when I create a new hub is a quick push to the top of the SERPs for my keyword, then a push to pages further back in the SERPs and an eventual climb back at the top. That may be what you're experiencing.
I checked out your new hub, I love the products listing at the bottom, those are some pretty colors.
maybe it's due to different country.. i checked on my several sources and it should be around there..
don think im getting traffic for those long tailed keywords yet...
actually i think my problem is with creating great hubs.. i've no problem promoting and ranking well on my hubs..
thanks for the visit on my new hub.. yea the colorful mixer is really good..
it's so irresistible to get one..
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