I am not so good at SEO, and I don't know much on getting traffic to my hubs. Now after I publish a hub, I submit it to some socialmark websites like Pinterest and Sbumbleupon, and some social networking websites like facebook. Then I learn from some hubbers that they use webmaster tool to get backlinks. When I search and log into it, why can't I add my hubs to the map? It says let me verify my site. How can I verify? Many thanks to all.
Google will automatically crawl and index your hub without any help, usually.
Webmaster tools are just for tracking errors and information about how your hub/site is going.
Backlinks are any links on the internet pointing to your hubs. You don't get them from webmaster tools.
What do you mean by map? Do you mean Google places?
Hi…. It's not needed but i think its worthwhile getting. You need to go to your account settings….. and then you should see the reporting settings. There is an option to add your affiliate code that google would have provided for you when you signed up to the affiliates.
In regards to a map you can add your rss feed, which if i get this right is:
Hope this works
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