I recently noticed that another hubber had produced a hub with identical keywords in his title that I use in the title of one of my old, well established pages.
There are now links to his article on my page and there are links to my article on his page through the 'related hubs' feed.
Google will penalize very similar content that is linked together. In this case the content is extremely similar. The new article could be a summary of my hub (though, I imagine this was not done intentionally).
Surely something can be done to stop this kind of interlinking. This is the kind of thing that could get you Pandalized.
I think the fact that you are on different sub-domains will prevent you from getting any penalties... after all you have no control over who links to you whether it is within HP as an automatic link or from someone out there in the world of blogging..
If it was capable of causing problems then it would be used by some to devalue their competition...
by Emanuel Bucsa4 months ago
Hi, hope any of you can help with this question. I used to write and publish articles some time ago and it went well. I don't know if any of you remember Squidoo, but that's where most of my articles were. I used to...
by NISARG MEHTA4 years ago
Why am I unable to add or remove links to or from the phrases within my article?Need help!!! I am unable to get this feature. Can someone please help? I would be grateful if this issue is taken care of my HP tech team.
by Jacqueline7 years ago
Is it a good idea to use multiple, similar keyword phrases in one hub?or is it better to just have one phrase?
by Susannah Birch7 years ago
I'm sure you've all clicked through to one of these pages before, thinking it was on the subject you searched. However instead of a page on the subject, it's a randomly created list of results either as another SERPs...
by Eric Dockett2 years ago
I just found a (!) warning on one of my Hubs, due to two broken links to my own Hubs. Clicking on the links led to 404 error pages. But the pages the links were supposed to go to still exist, and are still published and...
by ryankett8 years ago
It appears that I am what is known as a "keyword stuffer".I use as many keywords as possible, in the belief that my hub will show up in more searches.It appears that this could be completely the wrong...
Copyright © 2018 HubPages Inc. and respective owners.
Other product and company names shown may be trademarks of their respective owners.
HubPages® is a registered Service Mark of HubPages, Inc.
HubPages and Hubbers (authors) may earn revenue on this page based on affiliate relationships and advertisements with partners including Amazon, Google, and others.