I've noticed that hubs that I've written in the last week or so have often done quite well initially, landing on the 2nd or third page of the big G. However, nearly all of them (with a few exceptions . funnily enough, probably the poorer ones!) have now sunk below 500th .. In fact, some appear to have been de-indexed... is this likely to just be part of the google dance or should I be more worried?
by John Hollywood 3 years ago
I'm sorry to ask this question but I've got to ask. To make a long story short, I'm noticing that my personal blogs have experienced a near identical drop in traffic as my hubs here on HP. The drop started right around the end of September - the same time HP got witch slapped. I've looked at why...
by rob24hrs 10 years ago
Some people I know on a private forum I am a member of have noticed their hub pages have been google slapped i.e de ranked and moved off page 1.I wondered if google as many suspect is tracking pages via adsense pid code?Maybe worth removing adsense from hubs if youa re after affiliate or other...
by James Paterson 6 years ago
A few months ago Google hit us hard with a harsh slap in the face, which reduced our readership and our earnings, over the past few days both hits to hubs and earnings have began to return to levels similar to those before the panda slap.should Google recompensate us for the loss of earnings over...
by Writer Guy 8 years ago
I've heard it from a few people that HubPages isn't getting the same google love that it used to. What is your take on this? Have you noticed a reduction in traffic/earnings over the past few months? I just wanted to see if it was fact or fiction.
by Audrey Hunt 2 years ago
I find these to be distracting and a waste of time. My time is limited on hub pages and I prefer to use this time reading/writing hubs. Please share your thoughts. Thanks.
by ryankett 7 years ago
Did you know that Squidoo got a slap in 2007 and it lasted until 2009?There was uproar when a few things had to change, many people deleted lenses, dissapeared, etc.Some others stayed, many recovered by going on backlink sprees. Their loyalty or patience was repaid in 2009 when the site slap was...
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