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As your hub numbers grow, do they help eachother in relation to SEO?

  1. writeyourwrongs profile image52
    writeyourwrongsposted 5 years ago

    As your hub numbers grow, do they help eachother in relation to SEO?

    So let's say I write an article on playing the piano, and it gets to however far it gets in the search engine. If I don't touch that original article, yet write 10 more on the same topic (for example), will those 10 improve the SEO of the first, even if they have no direct link? I thought perhaps it would be the case because all hubs are under the one unique subdomain (the hubber's username) and perhaps Google would recognise more relevant content?

  2. profile image0
    JThomp42posted 5 years ago

    I would think not. It's the Quality of your Hubs, Not the quantity.

    1. writeyourwrongs profile image52
      writeyourwrongsposted 5 years agoin reply to this

      Understandably, which is why I write only hubs of a top quality - but if it worked like this it would mean that the more you write the more your traffic escalates. A shame really. Never mind.

  3. M. T. Dremer profile image95
    M. T. Dremerposted 5 years ago

    High traffic is really only influenced by user interest. So, you could write a million articles about playing the piano, but if no one is searching for it, it isn't going to increase traffic to your hubs. The best thing to do is back link your hub on a different website, preferably one that specializes in how to play the piano. Chances are good that the other website has higher search results because it's been around longer, so if you get your material on that site somewhere (such as a forum or tutorial section) then people will find your articles through it. One of the best things I did for my 3D rendering hubs was post them on reputable sites for 3D rendering.

 
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