With all the spam we seem to get on the forums here at hubpages, I assume that these posting are both for attracting traffic as well as maybe leaving a link for back-linking.
We talk about getting backlinks here on hubpages to help our hubs. We do this on other sites, but there is a difference in posting/writing articles/blogging for backlinks and just "spamming."
A question I have is...do these people that come in and "spam" the forums here get credit for a backlink when they do this? Or is it just annoying here to the forum community?
If they do not get a backlink....maybe it would slow down the "spamming." Just a thought.
by JT Walters5 years ago
Hi everyone! Happy Holidays!!I have been attempting to back link and i have been unable to download firefox. Any suggestions?Thanks JT
by Luis E Gonzalez5 years ago
I wonder if anyone has or is using BackLinks.com and if it is acceptable to HP & Google's TOS, since I have heard others recommend it...
by Ru-an7 years ago
Ok ive read a lot about SEO of late, but havent found much about backlinking. Everyone says its important, but they dont really say where to get your backlinks. Is it even something you can control? Last i heard...
by kerryg7 years ago
So far I've mostly been relying on writing good content and trusting people to find it, but after a spike this summer, my traffic here at HP has collapsed to some rather depressing levels, considering the number of hubs...
by compu-smart9 years ago
Im sure many questions relating to spammers have been raised before, but i will explain and ask anyway...I have recently had many of my hubs spammed by blatant spammers and i always delete these comments...I then...
by sid_candid6 years ago
My aim at hubpages is to earn an average of $500 or more per month in a years time. Right now I have 165 hubs and earn between $20-$30. I wanted to know if I can achieve my goal in a years time or less if I concentrate...
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