Some of my older hubs have a PR of 3 and 4.
Can I put links on them to newer hubs as a backlinking method?
It is so hard to get backlinks.
Will this method work?
If you put any hubs together in a group they are linked together. I would stick to hubs with related subject matter, though.
As long as the hubs relate somehow, there is no harm in this. Your best bet is to just work on creating more quality content and great backlinks will come from visitors that love your work!
by Mike's Corner5 years ago
I started about 7 weeks ago and have been publicizing/backlinking most of my hubs through the bookmarking sites SheToldMe, Snipsley, Xomba and Redgage.Does anyone think (or know) whether Google, as part of its new...
by deuxlai5 years ago
Backlinks are important to build better search engine ranking. So what do you do when you are building backlinks to your hub?Please share your exact method so everyone can learn.
by Jonas Renfold3 years ago
Does anyone know the magic formula to increasing page views. Here is what I am looking at for averages over all of my accounts and hubs. Monthly Views: 17 Per HubAd Program Earnings Per Page view: .005 (half...
by David 4705 years ago
I did not send some backlinks to some of my hubs recently, and yet they are receiving good traffic. Should I still backlink them anyway? Whats the primarily difference if I did or did not. I usually send 5-10 backlinks...
by Lisa HW6 years ago
I suppose I'm just trying to find out if I'm the only one with this particular "backlinking disability" (maybe it should be a new, officially-named, mental disorder, "BDD" - Backlinking Disability...
by manspaugh5 years ago
Hope this might help some people.My method for drawing traffic to my Hubs (these are referral links so if you don't desire to sign up in that way just fix the links) <all links snipped by admin - no affiliate links...
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