I've noticed more than a few times some sites that I link my Hubs to by bookmarking are showing up highly in the Google searches.As a bookmark is just a duplicate coming from a different URL is this something that will affect the rank of your Hubs URL or is this a good thing? Just a few sites I've noticed this from are Xomba,Gozoof,and Buckmark (which has been screwy as of late anyway and going on the fritz when trying to add new bookmarks so is really not part of this discussion anyway). I'm starting to think it would just be better to stick to article writing on Xomba for this purpose so that while similar in subject the article would stand alone and only have a good affect for my Hub on the searches.
'Spinning' an article to create a backlink is a common way to promote online work, from what I've seen.
And if the links are dofollow, then they are good for your hubs. Nofollow backlinks have no influence on google rankings.
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