In the great words of the irish observer, hello you hubalicious people. Hope theres no copyright infringed.
I have a thought to do a hubpage to share what I think Ive found a few weeks ago.
I need some of your thoughts on the issue and will hopefully by the end of the weekend know wether to publish or not.
How would everyone feel if I shared a combination of methods that I have found and tested that are cost free and seem to rate hubs right at the top of the google results.
It does involve a bit of planning as opposed to massive backlinking and seems to be more effective.
My dilemma is that I dont think I would be shooting myself or anyone in the foot as I believe that this method is largely untapped to date. The fact that it seems to work for newbies and the more experienced is what I like.
Is it wrong or do I do a hub that explains all and then let hubbers decide.
Please let me have your thoughts guys and gals.
Personally, I like many others round here would like any information that helps but doesn't contravene any rules on HP or get you booted out of the affiliates programme.
You get a thumbs up from me.
Sorrt it seems the heading isnt to clear as to the question, might repost.
I would love to see you do a hub on it - will look forward to seeing it!
It's not wrong to help out, unless you will be violating the TOS, as was pointed out. Sharing winning methods helps everyone
I would be very interested in any technique that will help rank in Google without building lots of back links as long as its ethical of course
Sounds like a nice idea. Lots of more experienced hubbers share their tips by writing hubs for it.
On the plus side for you - by sharing your method with a few people here you can validate it - it may just be a fluke that works for you, but if you can teach other how to do it, and they are successful, then you have a valuable gift that you could make money out of.
One the downside for you - you will probably attract a lot of emails asking for additional help - which is entriely up to you whether you respond to or not. You will also no doubt get people going to your profile and trying to copy your exact keyword phrases - but since you got in their first with the hub, you will no doubt have a better URL and an established Google position, so don't worry too much about them.
I don't think any hubber is going to tell you not to do it. But when you do publish it you'll get some that love it, and some that just want to throw sticks and criticize.
From my point of view, I would love it if you share, and I promise not to throw sticks. I have a few ideas myself I would like to share with the other hubbers, but since I am relatively new I'm gonna wait until they are a little more tested.
OK - ramble over - hope that helped.
Sounds like your on to a winner, I'de say share it. (But purely for selfish reasons of course, I just want to try it out for myself) Cause you know if it works you could become one of the hubpages ledgends!
Thanks Guys and Gals for the positive feedback and the responses.
It seems that there won't really be anyone who doesn't want to read the idea and draw from it what they like.
......and walks off to make some coffee and start the hub.
DALE Yooooooouuu hhhhooooooo - sheesh, how long does it take to drink a cup of coffee. I checked back here to see if you had written that hub yet but nooooooooooooooooo you are off drinking coffee.
Just kidding around
Glad you decided to write the hub. Looking forward to reading it. Think I'll join you with that coffee while I wait,...... drumming my fingers impatiently on on the desk......type faster man.
I hope you can do this. I would definitely read it and apply it!
Well guys and gals. Its official.
No pushing and shoving theres plenty of niches to go around. First one there get to use the example niche as I decided not to use it as shall we say good karma for the hub.
Due to hubpages policy, I can't put hte hub link here, but its in my latest articles called
Hubpages and my secret traffic tricks.
Not so secret anymore I suppose.
Enjoy and best of luck to all.
Please let me know if this is new to everyone
Its called Hubpages and my secret traffic tools
Heres the link if its allowed
http://hubpages.com/hub/Hupages-and-my- … ffic-Tools
Dale - read it - thanks for taking the time to read it. Two things spring to mind. Firstly I used a very very similar backlinking technique on a group of hubs that are now my best in terms of traffic. It took me a little while to complete the articles so haven't bothered doing it again because I wasn't sure it was a fluke. But no word of a lie, I had literally just decided to repeat the exercise when I read your advice so I am definitely going to try it again.
Secondly - I got a really useful piece of software called Cherry Picker that looks up links for you. I got it for free while it was in Beta - see if you can find it and see what you think. Sorry I dont have any links because I downloaded it via Facebook. Also Market Samurai does a similar comparison of competitor strength.
Thanks for taking the time to share with us.
Thanks for the advice Spacey Gracey and the feedback on the hub. I was been really pleased to find this when I started internet marketing.
Thanks to Dobson, Kangaroo Jase, Barbara Kay, Wrenfrost Yeastindogs,Red ELf, akircher and Nick for your feedback and interest.
Good luck on your next sale all.
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