If it's either penis or breast size the news is going to come as a shock to my husband!
Now about these legendary "do follow" links that only occur when you're mysteriously over 75. I just C&P the web address on the top of my hubpage, pop it on my barely active blog which is set to "do follow" and somehow Google will love me more?
Just as penis size is no indication of ability to satisfy a real woman, so hubber scores and individual hub scores are no indication of the ability to satisfy the one and only meaningful criterion of earning potential.
Ok--much fun going on here, but seriously, I'm confused about the 'do follow' thing. Is that an invisible tracker, or does it have to do with the green 'follow' button at the tops of the pages?
Also--'...Google crawls to see where it goes...' ... as in what else is in the article, or looking for outbound links? I have no success with inbound links, because I write more here than on my blog, and my blogs get very little traffic.
Say you have a hub that gives a link to one of mine as a source of more information. When the spiders come crawling your hub they will see that link and, if it's dofollow, will follow it to my hub.
I thus gain some "google juice" to my hub because you found it valuable enough to link to it - it will help raise me in the SERP's. Because my hub is so massively authoritative (don't I wish!) you might even get a little juice to your hub because you are using such great information that came from my wonderful hub. I might get indexed a little faster because the spiders found the link and, through it, found my brand new hub as well.
On the other hand, if it is a nofollow link the spiders don't follow it, don't see my hub and neither you nor I get any benefit from it as far as SEO goes. Readers can still click it and visit me, which is nice, but it won't help raise me in the SERP's.
Hi there,I've noticed that since my hubs are no longer "new", they aren't visible on my profile page. One can find them by clicking the word "more" (next to the categories latest - hot - best), but if I direct a person who's never seen HubPages before to my profile page,...
Have you noticed that you must be signed in to click on a hubber's name to go to their hubs? This does not seem good to me; it keeps readers from spotting hubbers they may want to check out and the traffic we are after is non-hubbers isn't it? So they would never be signed in. This seems an issue...
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