Anything that doesn't fit elsewhere - doesn't have to be AD related.
But, but, but ... all that IAM/ROSPA traffic in the members only area is Off Limits to Google and it's ranking engine
Mike Roberts - Now riding a Triumph Explorer XRT. My username comes from my 50K miles on a Kawasaki 1400GTR, after may years on Hondas of various shapes and styles. - https://tinyurl.com/mikerobertsonyoutube
It helps, but the majority of Google's algorithms are related to off-site relevance - i.e. how the rest of the website sees you - not just the content on the website - otherwise it is too easy to game the system... To be honest, I prefer quality over quantity anyway...
Horse wrote:TBH I knew about inbound, high quality, links. But posting that wouldn't have been at all humorous
we might though have started to rank for SEO and webmaster searches
sorry - realised what you were doing - just thought it would help for others!
akirk wrote:It helps, but the majority of Google's algorithms are related to off-site relevance - i.e. how the rest of the website sees you - not just the content on the website - otherwise it is too easy to game the system... To be honest, I prefer quality over quantity anyway...
Out of idle curiosity, I loked at the URL of my old bike training web site. Depending on the [training-related] search terms used, it usually ranked in Google's top six, sometimes first.
I stopped paying for it about 6 years ago.
Now? Someone has it to advertise electronic games! With US American text and T&Ts.
My own views. For better or worse :)
TripleS wrote:Not much action in terms of driving days and, seemingly, a reduced level of activity on the forum generally, is ADHub going to go the same way as ADUK?
If so, why is this the happening?
Perhaps because of the general malaise caused by the present uncertainty? I've noticed it distinctly.
When things are uncertain people may not want to make the commitment to dedicate time and expense.
Strangely Brown wrote:Or it could just be that it is summer and people are outside doing better things than talking on forums?
Plus there's been an awful lot of talking on forums of late - can't think you are wrong though and a drop in posts is to be expected.
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