I have an old hub thats climbed to 83 ,my highest yet ,Im over the moon. It has been veiwed the most but in the Hub Stats, potenial revenue is one>$1.
So what does incoming links mean ? thankyou
Incoming links, I believe, means sites that are linking directly to your hub. This appears to include social bookmarking sites, social networking sites, and Yahoo! Answers.
For some reason, however, two inbound links jumps me up to ****
ohhhh ok ty ,I clumsily added it to Facebook ( which I dont use too much) but thought might as well get the experience right?
well see thats what I didnt get because that hub showed potential one $ symbol and a different hub showed four $ signs but a low hubscore.
thanks for answering EM you are such a reliable person!
I'm not really sure about income potential and how it's calculated. Mine are all over the place, some hubs that are making the most money have one $. Who knows? LOL
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