Even though I don't put much faith in Alexa's findings, I recently looked at their ranking for Hubpages.
Besides a ranking of (I think) 190 (U.S.), I noted their description of Hubpages:
"A free blog hosting community with easy to navigate content. HubPages is a feature rich platform offering answers, forums, feeds and money making opportunities."
Perhaps the staff could do a re-write for them, emphasizing that it's a high quality author website, rather than a 'blog hosting community'. Just sayin'
I believe the issue of Hubpages referring to their site as a "blogging platform" has been raised multiple times (they also use the word "blog" in advertising.) Many people say it's another reason low quality publishers join the site.
However Hubpages has never seen the need to address this issue or make a change so I doubt they will now.
by Jennifer Arnett 5 years ago
Just for fun, what is your HubPages Sub-domain Alexa Rating?Just click on your profile and use it as a URL inside the Alexa site. Mine is about 10 million.
by Sherry Haynes 4 months ago
Alexa rank of Hubpages is better than the vertical sites. Was it always this way? What does this mean?
by softhard 5 years ago
How can I check Alexa ranking for my sub-domain on hubpages. (i mean softhard.hubpages.com).
by yoshi97 10 years ago
For a long time it has puzzled me how one of my hubs keeps doing great, when it shouldn't. You see, I started a hub on one topic and then changed my mind in the middle of it.Now, back then I had no idea you couldn't change the URL later, so I was horrified when I was stuck with a URL that couldn't...
by sid_candid 8 years ago
I have seen Alexa ranking of Hubpages drop from 174 to 190 after the Google Algo Changes i.e. in about one and half months. Does Alexa ranking hold any significance or it is not that important.
by Ultimate Hubber 3 years ago
If yes, how many pageviews do you get on monthly basis?
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