Yes, I do. I don't do much marketing at all. At the start I only had internal views (hubpages only) now it seems to be picking up in search engines and external sites without me having to do much about it.
I only joined friendfeed this morning because I noticed yesterday that I had quite a number of incoming views from that site.
well my hub doesnt speak much on the overall concept of backlinking...it just shows a quick method to get people started in the process
Darksides is more informative in a holistic nature and a great resource for new users
once one is indoctrinated into the BL purpose than Ryans hub has a bunch more sites you can use easily...make your decision about the worthiness of PR at bookmarking sites (your link willnever be more than a 1)
No I didn't and I don't think you should put words in my mouth.
Other things that influence serps include, but are not limited to
Keyword density Keyword count Page quality (Outgoing links on page) Keyword in Domain Keyword in URL Domain Extension Meta Tags & Description Font Size and attributes Images & Alt text Internal links loading speed of page Frequency of Updates Age of site Spelling and Grammar
and these are just some of the known factors that can affect serps, Google has stated that they use over 200 factors in their ranking formula, if backlinking was the only thing to affect pagerank, than PR1 websites would never see the light of day, and PR8 websites would have cornered even the most obscure of keywords.
Only PR is directly linked to number of backlinks & their quality, but it is also well regarded that PR does not guarantee high search engine placements.
And I am currently working for a London restaurant and a mens fashion magazine in my SEO capacity.
Always write unique content on the sites where you create backlink, this is good practice. Much better way is to write 200-250 word article in short that is related to your hub or site and then slip the link inside it.
I have a hub with a table of revenue sharing sites for backlinks with their affiliates, dofollow and what sort of links they accept. I won't post the link but it is called "Ultimate Collection of websites for backlinks and traffic"
As I come across new revenue sharing website that I use for backlinking they will be added here.
I don't have a spare 147 It's a vicious circle. You write to make money and you can get quicker returns if you pay out yet more money on software to promote your links, but until you get some return for your writing, you can't afford to pay out! I just spent two whole days backlinking and hardly got anything done. It's just so time consuming, and I am normally online for 12 hours a day.
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