After switching to my hubpages sub-domain, my traffic has improved significantly, nearly pre-panda state.But all the external backlinks are gone.Should I build new external backlinks because I am not sure if those backlinks ever be picked up by Google?
New backlinks are a good idea, but google should pick up all of your old backlinks and attribute them to the new url's. It will just take a few months for that to happen. Here's an article I was reading the other day which talks about exactly that: http://www.canonicalseo.com/redirecting-web-pages/
The article is great.I think I should not build any new links from the sites that I already used for backlinking.Building a few links with new sites may not be a bad idea to keep the current SERPs of my hubs intact.Thank you so much for the article link.
by Melanie Shebel23 months ago
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by Paul Goodman5 years ago
Article for discussion. I know that this recent development has already been mentioned by some hubbers in forums. But I am now wondering if this might be the main reason why we are seeing the current traffic...
by Mike's Corner6 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 Bill Manning6 years ago
I've been trying to get a particular article on the first page of Google ever since I made it. It's on the 3rd page now, going up and down that page.I've been making backlinks to it, around a dozen by now. It does not...
by Raye5 years ago
If trying to get as many backlinks as humanly possible, no matter where you get them, is part of your web traffic strategy you might want to watch your email inbox for a letter from...
by Nathan Bernardo2 years ago
I thought this was a good general guide for links especially in light of the on-going and recent Penguin updates.http://www.receptional.com/blog/19-thin … uild-links
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