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Advice on how to create a hub...

  1. yenajeon profile image82
    yenajeonposted 6 years ago

    How do I create an acceptable hub about my own website. It's a fashion/shopping website.
    What is and is not allowed? Is there a limit on size or number of links? Please enlighten me smile

  2. thisisoli profile image72
    thisisoliposted 6 years ago

    Create a Hub on a related subject to your site and then pass one or two links through to your own website smile

  3. yenajeon profile image82
    yenajeonposted 6 years ago

    ok so can I assume that writing a hub exclusively about your own website is prohibited?

  4. darkside profile image85
    darksideposted 6 years ago

    Does it have to be about your website?

    Can't it be about the topic that you cover at your own site?

    Lets say you have a page on your blog about the 'Development of High Heels' and you publish a hub on the 'History of Womens Shoes'. When you touch on high heels in your hub, you can highlight a keyword phrase in your content, preferably something that says 'high heels' and then hyperlink it to your site.

    You now have yourself a backlink.

    And it benefits the curious reader who will only click on it if it really interests them. That's quality traffic.

    It's win/win.

  5. moanalisa profile image59
    moanalisaposted 6 years ago

    The amount of time it takes to get a reply that answers all of your questions directly here, you could have had them answered in 5 minutes if you bothered to read the terms of service.

    If your purpose here is to market a product, then to not bother to read the TOS indicates to me that you wouldn't value any contracts you'd have with your customers, either.

    Choose wisely.

  6. DanPowers profile image77
    DanPowersposted 6 years ago

    Hubs that just link to other sites get a low Hubscore and create no value for the person writing them.