I have solid informative hubs and blogs. But I need to get more traffic for them. Can I use some of those websites that promise,
"Top quality one way back links from relevant sites in unlimited amounts for FREE! or $$$$"
Is it allowed in Google world? I don't want to see Google blacklist my blog, since they are ranking in Top 20-30 right now.
I am grateful for any constructive advice.
I haven't used it, but this one claims that they give free relevant backlinks when you join and select your keywords:
I don't know enough yet about backlinks to know if it is a good idea.
Ah - that is what I thought. Most of these services require you to give links back - and that is not possible to do here.
This one looks interesting, and it appears you don't have to make it a reciprocal link..just write a "blurb" or ad for your Hub:
Thanks Lisa for the link,
If you want your blog or hub ranked in the Top 5 then you will need a lot of "backlinks" to it, meaning (in google terms) a lot of people think your hub or blog on a topic is highly informative/useful and add a link to it on their blog/website. The more the "backlinks" more your page will go up in Google ranking.
This process takes ages and you will need to do a lot of work to get the ranking up.
But all these services offer a quick way to get a lot of back links. My question was to find out if it is legal in Google world?
I am specifically talking about this one http://www.freeonewaybacklinks.com/ recommended by hubber Misha.
Here's dumb question...trafficsystem.com wants you to write (or paste in an already written) blog.
What's gonna happen if I put my 3 hubs over there as far as duplicate content, etc? Or is this just not what should be done at all?
Hi Capable woman,
I do not think hubpages is going to like that very much. Even if it is your own content, they don't like it and pull down your hub score (score for your hub). Read this thread for more info http://hubpages.com/forum/topic/4699
No one is dumb here, we have a wonderful community in hubpages to help us. The only ones who don't ask are dumb.
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