Hi fellow hubbers!
Anybody using Xomba for backlinks?
Does anybody know:
Are links placed in Xombytes (by the article author) dofollow?
And are Xomblurbs dofollow, as well?
As far as I know Reg, they are dofollow ,because I have found links to xomblurbs and my xombytes in the search engines when I've ran a search.
Can't be certain but the logical answer would have the longer xombytes as the dofollow as opposed to the shorter xomblurbs as they only act as bookmarks, whereas the articles should be searchable.
I was interested if Xomba Xomblurb links were dofollow or nofollow.
Just checked and they are 'dofollow' unlike blog links on YouSayToo.
This appears to make Xomba very attractive as it also offers revenue sharing 50/50 on AdSense.
you might want to read this:
Yeah, be careful with Xomba.
They seem to have an attitude problem.
They are starting to get a lot of bad press from users.
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