I am doing this more than ever now and I see some small spikes in traffic and also backlinks popping up elsewhere on the internet as people have bookmarked a couple of my hubs, I see myself old and grey and still hubbing away as long as Hub Pages stays around.
Does anyone else feel that they must update their hubs now and again?
I place an rss feed in their too, but I also feel that other areas of the hub need updating too, to add extra link worthyness to it!
I've fooled around with or changed mine in some manner, and it's only been 5 days. As I learn how to do more, I am implementing and honing.
Yeah they say that to add a relevant link a day will equal more benefits later on especially if you link to lots of high quality external sites that are really relevant to each hubs content.
Ive just started so I want to get all the advice that I can get. lol
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