I am not that great at SEO. I bookmark all my hub articles on various sites. I have 3 websites on Blogger where I wrote one article and mainly link my hubs there. 90% of the websites are links to my hub articles. I created the websites to group the articles by topic and hopefully get some traffic and followers. Does it do harm or help if I bookmark the website itself on other sites as well as the articles?
I won't harm. Don't worry.
Ii will help in search engine ranking of your articles because of the backlinks you have created.
by Twenty One Days6 years ago
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by Jason Menayan4 years ago
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