Does anyone use their trackers in backlinks from other sites? I am curious if this affects Google ranking since the indexed URL of a hub doesn't contain the tracker. Does anyone know if this makes any difference to Google or negates the quality of the backlink?
Avoid using trackers at social bookmarking sites, because if someone else has linked to the same hub with the 'trackerless' URL or their own tracker it's not something that such sites are particularly fond of.
Otherwise, the way HP HQ have the tracker redirect work is that it resolves correctly. So the link does count as a backlink.
by kirstenblog7 years ago
If I use my own blog to backlink my articles will using the tracker code make the links not work as backlinks?
by IzzyM6 years ago
First of, I don't really know what I'm talking about, or to be more specific, I don't know the name of what I am talking about.But thanks to a few hubbers on here, I have taken to backlinking the easy way. You backlink...
by jenblacksheep6 years ago
I just wondered if anyone backlinked their backlinks, like putting Shetoldme links on Reddit for example. I'm seriously running outta ideas of how to get traffic.
by Marisa Wright6 years ago
IzzyM and I have been chatting about backlinking, and disagreeing on what's the best way to go about it. She's been spending hours backlinking her Hubs on social bookmarking and backlinking sites, because she feels...
by N. Ramius6 years ago
I spent some time searching and couldn't find the answer so...Does including a referral tracker destroy the value of the backlink? If so, is using a referral tracker for the interlinking between your hubs greater than...
by Michael Kismet14 months ago
I recently started writing on Daily Two Cents to mitigate the whack-ness that is now Bubblews. Is Daily Two Cents a viable way to create quality backlinks back to my blog and HubPages articles? For instance if I...
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