I usually spend a little time getting some backlinks out there when I first publish a hub. I was just thinking about doing that some of my older ones. Does anyone take the time to upload/submit links to older hubs to some of the social networking sites? If so, is it helpful? Just wondering.
Yes, I spend time linking to old articles, and yes, it is helpful.
Thanks everyone! I will give it a try. Several of my early articles have few if any backlinks. It will be good to give them a little more life. Thanks!
Backlinking older article should be done, so as to hopefully gain new views for those hubs.
Usually if an article is old and hasn't gained a lot of organic traffic there is something wrong with the keyword editing, if it already has some backlinks anyway. Backlinking more might help, might not.
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