Which is the best link building strategy I can use to promote my hubs?
The best technique for backlinking is to find high traffic sites that are lacking information. If you have that extra information make a hub about it and link the site that you want a backlink from. If the content is useful, a simple email will do. If they don't right away, they might change their mind when they start getting traffic from your site.
I personally do not backlink much, if any at all. I enjoy targeting keywords and pray it shoots to the top .
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by easyspeak7 years ago
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by Nadya_16 years ago
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by LondonGirl8 years ago
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by Lighting Lady7 years ago
I just joined Hubpages, have not yet built a Hubpage, soon though.What are some good link building strategies?
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