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To make a hub popular, write about a subject people want to read about
Get it to dress fashionably and hang out in all the right places....
Alternatively read the learning center bottom left of the page...
I believe the earlier post by 'tools' was just slightly 'tongue in cheek'.
Here is a serious reply. I've been here 4 years and am an expert is SEO and keyword optimisation. What works best is constantly evolving and post Panda everything has changed dramatically.
My hot tip for the next few months is 'Kittens'. Kittens is a highly under valued niche, particularly if heavily illustrated with cute pictures and videos. It is best to go for the long tail (no not the kitten silly). 'Long Tail' is an important SEO concept.
Keyword phrases such as 'cute kitten in basket' or 'kitten swimming in bath' are red hot winners and will make you a tidy sum as well as being 'popular'. Note the kittens should look happy. If the bath kitten appears to be drowning you could be banned by Google.
Incidentally, hot, naked women also perform very well but unfortunately HubPages and Google have a problem with this so better stick with those cute kittens.
Put unique content and make active on hub always . If you make a hub and after making hub, you do not visit again on your hub then waste your time on hubpages . If you want to popular on hub then fallow other hubs and discuss about hub on regular basis.
I hope your hub would be popular automatically.
how to make hub popular:
-write unique content, think of what people are searching for on google.
- use long key words in your titles & articles
-comment or vote up on other hubber, hubs - most of the time a hubber will replicate.
- try twitting or Facebook your own articles once month.
- sign up with ReGage, Digg or other bookmarking website.
by Sabrina Yuquan Chen (陈玉泉)7 years ago
I had a new hub about two weeks ago that was indexed by google fairly quickly, and the ranking was normal. But just these few days, I noticed the same keywords used to find this hub no longer worked for it. Thought just...
by Zubair Ahmed7 years ago
Is there anyway that a feature can be added to Hubpages that identifies where in a hub it thinks there is an instance of duplication.I recently published a hub which was identified as duplicate, I spent hours...
by Daniele M Robbers6 weeks ago
what factors help you decide if a hub is too long? I know different styles of hubs based on topics and what not help determine how long it is going to be. I worry about what is to many words though.
by Swetank Raj5 years ago
What is Hubscore? And how to increase it fast?
by getitall8 years ago
... for both - Hubpages and search engines.Yes, we all know that 100% unique is great.. but... time , time, time...Now, let's say i want to add some info from an important paper about the product or a brochure....
by Susan Hambidge3 years ago
Does the SEO on a hub only come from the title?It says that the title is really important, and I have seen others commenting on their titles, saying how traffic can go up if the title is improved. But I understood that...
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