Many of us create backlinks to our Hubs. The Hubbers who taught me that creating backlinks help increase traffic, thank you.
Anyway, I created an account with Snipsly about eight months ago. I created a few posts which helped me learn how to use the free Snipsly service.
Two weeks ago I started to visit other websites to start writing backlinks to my Hubs and blogs. I signed into my Snipsly account and started to write. I've become comfortable using Snipsly and do enjoy their free service.
I've always found wordpress to be intimidating but I knew eventually I would become comfortable using a wordpress blog. Snipsly has helped me learn how to use a wordpress blog.
I wanted to share with all of you that in the past two weeks I focused creating backlinks to my Hubs and blogs using Snipsly. After creating/writing posts at Snipsly, I manually submitted my posts URLs to the search engines and waited. Within the past week I have earned revenue with Adsense through Snipsly. I also have noticed an increase to my Hubpages Adsense revenue too.
I thought some of you would appreciate knowing Snipsly works to earn Adsense revenue and to increase traffic to your Hubs. For example, I just signed into my Adsense account and I earned $0.35 today alone from Snipsly.
Again, thank you Hubbers who have taught me importance of creating backlinks to my Hubs and blogs.
It is great to hear that. Actually I too using Sniply but dont seem to get anything from the site yet. Looking for more of course
When I first joined and created an account I didn't use keywords and I didn't categorize my posts. I didn't know any better. So two weeks ago when I started to use it again, I fixed many mistakes. I edited the old posts, used proper keywords and categorized them. I then submitted the posts URLs to the major search engines and four days in a row earned Adsense revenue. I'm very happy I'm finally conquering Snipsly. It's about time.
Man i really wished I am that hardworking like you. I myself spend most of my time hubbing around, updating my personal blog and I found out that Elance is quite fun too. Just joined but at least something different
I think it is about time to redo my tags lol! Been sometime since my Triond (and other sites such as Sniplsy) haven give me much $$ yet...
But frankly, I updated my tags 2 days ago here on one of my hubs. To my surprise, traffic increase nearly 60 on a daily basis..it really....really wowed me big time!
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