A question for those who use Blogger and Google+ and, perhaps, know a little about SEO. I've got a blog that is starting to pick up some traffic. It's under an alias, but I've considered switching to my real name and linking it to Google+. I'm not very active at all on Google+, but would this increase traffic by giving me more credibility in the eyes of Google? I also don't want to take a step backward with the hits I'm getting now.
by Shadesbreath6 years ago
Ok, so as part of my new Blogger blog, I have it set up to auto-feed to the notes part of my Facebook page.However, it occurs to me that this is technically duplicate content. So, should I NOT do that? or does it not...
by Eric Dockett14 months ago
Despite all that's gone on, I still consider HubPages my online home and the place where I'd prefer my content live. In fact, I've been extremely impressed and excited about the niche sites, and my traffic for Hubs...
by hazelwood45 years ago
I have been contemplating about setting a Blogger blog, has anyone had any success on setting up this type of blog? What are some of your success stories? Do you have any tips and tricks for Blogger? I...
by Ellarose926 years ago
I know this is in the help section but I wanted information please:)
by Tessa Schlesinger62 minutes ago
I have written several hubs about fashion and clothing. I worked as a designer, dressed woman, sewed, created patterns, etc. in the early 80s. I also have a couple of years towards a fashion degree I never completed,...
by leakeem5 years ago
I have read somewhere here that google search engines take into account the page-views to compute ranking. Is it advisable to delete non-performing Hubs, those with 0 pageviews a day, as a way to increase traffic in an...
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