I have written a few hubs and considering article marketing to get backlinks/pageviews....
now my question is why linking do I have to link individual hubs or can I link to my profile page. as far as I know we have link individual hubs, but as number hubs increases it will get very difficult. then what is to be done, can anyone throw some light?
You should link individual hubs that are relevant. I have a lot of my hubs interlinked, but it gets confusing when you get close to 200 hubs lol.
Interlinking hubs are not backlinks though,however, it may help you get indexed better cause your linking together relevant content.
Backlinks are links that come from other sites...
by belief7138 years ago
Hi again,Just wondering if anyone who considers themselves a successful article marketer would care to share...1) how many articles do you recommend writing per day/week?2) on average, how many article do you write per...
by Silver Rose5 years ago
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by oderog7 years ago
Does any hubber knows any good article marketing software they are using
by Paul Goodman5 years ago
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by sergs_pogi5 years ago
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by easyspeak7 years ago
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