by Daisydot 6 years ago
Just found a very interesting article about Google Panda:http://themoralconcept.net/pandalist.htmlThe author (Josh Bachynski) has gone through thousands of hours of Google Webmaster hangouts conducted by John Mueller (Google employee), plus combed through official announcements by other Googlers at...
by Jyoti Kothari 12 years ago
I have written already some fifty hubs in the hub pages. Most of the hubs are viewed well but this hub has a extremeley low traffic. Can you point out why? I am open to strong but constructive criticism. China can break instead of its tremendous growth...
by Natalie Frank 2 years ago
I ran across this article and thought it might be helpful for some. It's a bit "techy" for me but I think I got the main points.New Google Algorithm May Update Page Ranking
by Eric Caunca 7 months ago
1. Hi, Can I shorten "Scientific Names" of Living Things to "S.N.?" I would like to make an article about showcasing 10 animals and I would like to put the scientific names for each species. If will do it, the keyword "scientific name" would be repeated 10 times in the...
by MelindaKay 11 years ago
I am so glad I came across your article about WLA. I just perused their page in a quest to...figure out this maze of publishing/agents/editors. I have a nearly complete manuscript, but now I'm not sure who to trust in regard to agents. Any suggestions? Thanks!
by sirama 2 years ago
When a article is posted in Hubpages, it initially goes to Hubpages. Then, it will undergo QAP and based on the result may become Featured. Then, these featured articles goes to Niche when an editor sees potential in it. The article staying in Hubpages will not get much traffic because of googles...
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