I have a website that I don't do anything on anymore.
It might get a visit once a week. They don't go back.
Is there any benefit to me of putting a list of my hubs on there? Will it make any difference in terms of links and improved search traffic?
Thanks in advance.
Thanks Thomas! However, I don't want to go to any effort if there's no point.
Well, people will give different opinions. Personally, I don't really think it will make a lot of difference on hubpages, because hubpages is a high profile domain with a lot of google love.
Yeah, linking strategies can be important, but unless its a high quality link... i.e. you have a page on your website about red blotting widgets, and you link to a hub about green blotting widgets...
Well, in my view, a small number of poor quality links aren't going to help in Hubpages.
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