I would start with 30 Hubs in 30 days & see how you go. And yes it will help I wrote a hub on this !
I swear I don't drink, cause if I did, I'd think my brain was hung over this morning!
I had no idea that the American Indians wanted to do a 100 hubs in 10 days challenge! However if they need our help I am sure that we would all help out in any way we could..... But doing 100 hubs in 10 days on a new domain could get you sandboxed and would not help the $ at all... lol
Oh sandboxed huh I was actually planning on doing a 60 hubs in 1 day challenge
I'm serious just in case you think I was joking.. I was about to write a whole series of hubs in Jan not now on fruit and would want to interlink them all so for that to work out they'd have to be published together right. OR maybe I'll just publish and then do the linking later.
Suggestions would help
Hi Loborandon.. when I have written a series of hubs I have generally written them then gone back to add links in the text.. it also gets you to re-read the hubs and give them a tidy up and improve on them a little..
As well as that I have also written a "summary capsule" for some of my linked hubs in which I name all of the hubs with the relevant links - this I manually spin a little to make it unique for each hub in the series rather than using a link capsule or RSS feed.. Helps to add to the word count also!
I tend to write offline and upload 2 or 3 hubs each day once I have the series written - my connection is not the fastest so adding photos and doing all the amazon capsules and so forth can be quite time consuming to do properly.. It usually takes me longer to upload and do all the other stuff than actually writing the content in the first place!
When I have done the lot I revisit them all to edit and add interlinks..
Also use the "group" feature which will automatically link them also.
Auto interlink I've got to check that out - I did it for my tomato hubs just one of them and then poof I forgot about it. Thanks LeanMan
I am doing a series of hubs as my next challenge, rather than 30 in 30 or 100 in 30. If I make a bunch of turtle hubs, and then make a group called, creatively, turtles, it will automatically link all articles in that one group? Like within a link box at the bottom or does it show up on the side? Or do you mean having related hubs in a group, is easier to select for a link for the link box?
Thanks, I have wondered what was the benefits or use of group function.
Only at the bottom of the page 2 hubs will be listed and you can use arrows to go left or right to view more. Not many viewers will do this so I say create your own capsule as I mentioned in a post here check it out.
It puts a link to two of the other hubs in the group in the little blue box where the voting is at the bottom of your hubs..
good luck lobobrandon........... lol... not many people could do that without spinning content, copying and so forth - that is why the account would almost certainly be sandboxed or penalized by the big G in some manner...
But if you want to do the 30 in 30 that would be far more "natural" and unlikely to get you clobbered by G. Good luck.....
Lobo: You need a URL to add links for starters. That means articles have to be published first, at least one does. As you begin publishing them, put the appropriate links in each article as you publish them, or you can wait until you are done then go back and do them. It may be easier to add links as you go along.
Why on earth is this title attached to that first post?
I have no clue
So at least I used it somewhat
Maybe he really wants that question answered and he figured the best way to get people to look was with a crazy hubchallenge?
Anyway..back on "topic" (title topic)
100 hubs in 10 days would be really hard unless you did a bunch of minihubs that really go hand in hand.
I think the only way to avoid looking suspicious to google would be to spread the 100 hubs across 4 accounts.
Some Indians (from India?) in America (Third world country in same economic situation as Europe) want to write a lot of hubs in a short period of time and may need some help to maximize their $s .. I thought it was self explanatory... lol
Leanman explained the best way to do this. I have to check out the group feature. I didn't know it did automatic linking. I have seen writers use the links capsule, title it related articles and place links there.
Set up the groups under "my account" and you will see the hubs linked in the little blue bar at the bottom of your hubs where the voting is done. Click left or Right to see another in the series basically.
Is that all? I guess there was an option where I could create a capsule and easily add the links with a brief description or was it just the link feature?
That way I have each of my hubs grouped - I wonder if any readers (non hubbers) actually check the bottom group thing)
Me too I've got to check it out Thanks I missed that post of his as there were two there I read it after reading this post of yours
I don't know how accurate information is by doing too much in one day will raise red flag with google.
You know, I wonder how accurate that is too.
After all, for all Google knows maybe multiple writers are using one account (like someone hiring ghostwriters to create original articles or something or a married couple doing 50 hubs each). Or maybe it's one writer wrote them all in advance and was waiting for a particular season to post them. It wouldn't be fair to google to punish any of these legitimate writers.
So I do wonder if Google even cares.
lobo: The capsule where you add description is the affiliate capsules.
You can use the link capsule and add links to it. Just title it related articles or something to that effect to let readers know they will get more information by using those links.
No one really knows what will and will not raise a red flag with Google - but posting tens of hubs every day is not "natural" and would be an obvious indicator to G.. Like building thousands of links in a few days to a new site or page...
As to the links - better to have contextual links in the capsules themselves as more likely to be clicked - the groups is just a handy thing to use in case you miss one!
Make sure all links however are related to the subject of your page!!!!!!
Hey LeanMan thanks soo much. Yes surely I don't link like crazy. I'm planning to write in a few niches and the ones that gain traffic write around them this way I get more views from a single google visit.. That's known as optimisation and not the usual SEO
Here is a link to a hub with some information. It is short, but you will get idea as to what will get you into trouble. If Google hits you, they may un-index your work, which means it won't be found in google search engine.
http://ultimatehubber.hubpages.com/hub/ … -Penalized
Just do things "naturally", write good content... and all will be fine - unless Google has PMT when she looks at your work!!!! NOONE knows for sure what will and won't get you penalised or loved by Google......... if we all knew the details we would all be number one in the serps.......... someone can let me know how that works later - I need to sleep - busy day tomorrow.... Indians and $s......
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