The more I read about backlinks, the more I realize I may not know what they are. Is it the same thing as hyperlinking a word in your article with a different website or another hub?
A backlink is a hyperlink that is placed on another webpage and points back to your content. Inbound links to your content are called backlinks. The outbound links from your content become backlinks to the content you are sourcing too. Here is a bit more info that I wrote on the subject to help you further:
information about backlinking from HP Learning Center
http://learningcenter.hubpages.com/a-gu … cklinking/
Below are some hubs to read, so you can figure out things.
http://hubpages.com/hub/Hubpages-backli … or-Dummies
Thanks so much everyone. I will read them.
This is all sort of overwhelming but I will learn.
Just take your time. Don't rush yourself or push yourself to learn. You must learn at your own pace, otherwise you could miss something.
Besides, you always have the forums to come to and ask more questions.
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