You shouldn't be buying any urls, you should be creating new ones with terrific new content.
That said, Google absolutely used to place more value in old urls, ranking them higher in search results. Whether or not that is still true, I do not know, but I do know I value MY old urls, and know for sure some of them are well worth a re-write, or at least a thorough edit.
by Susan Keeping 8 years ago
I really would like to be able to edit comments I receive in order to remove URLs. I have a great comment on one of my hubs but I don't want to add the unrelated URL.
by Nell Rose 4 years ago
I have checked a few of my articles over the course of a week, not all of them but most of the popular ones, and I noticed that when I put them in Google search they only show up through another link such as Pinterest or Twitter. They seem to have totally disappeared apart from that. Any help you...
by Zsuzsy Bee 11 years ago
It recently came to my attention that some of my hubs can't be found or won't open through e-mail and a blurb comes up saying 'Sorry that hub does not exist'. In my case I have 12 such hubs. Somehow these hubs ended up with a hyphen or an underscore trailing their names. After contacting Hub pages...
by TomatoCart 8 years ago
Hi all,I'm a newbie here and no little about seo. Could you please tell me are duplicate urls search engine unfriendly? http://www.tomatocart.com/blog/38-tomat … carts.htmlhttp://www.tomatocart.com/index.php?vie … ;Itemid=82The urls below are linked to the same page. I've found the...
by Glen 8 years ago
Sometimes I go and check if someone has already claimed the URL for a hub that I've got half an idea to develop. If I get a "Sorry that hub does not exist." WOO HOO! I can go and claim it.But sometimes I get a "Sorry, this page is no longer published." And the result being even...
by SivadiK 9 years ago
When I first made my hub public I saw a page where hubpages gave me the short url version for my hub. However I didn't copy it and I'm not seeing that page again. I was wondering where can I get it again?
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