First of all, I'm still pretty new to all this, and SEO, keywords and the like are things I'm still learning about.
So, I've never wanted to do product reviews. Not my thing. I've concentrated on informative web articles about things I've actually studied and like to write about. However, I do have knowledge of some products and was considering writing Hubs on them or writing about them elsewhere. I know that recent Google algorithm updates have aimed at getting rid of pages that are basically glorified ads. I also know they want to get rid of unethical link-building. In addition, rev-share sites have restrictions on back-links and also on use of such things as Amazon capsules. So, I'm asking if it is even a good idea to do product reviews and to place back-links on various rev-share sites to your other articles or websites? Those two are not necessarily related, I'm just killing two birds with one stone.
by Simone Haruko Smith3 years ago
Starting on October 31st (at 12:00pm PT), our Rigorous Review Contest goes live, meaning that any Hub you write containing a single or multiple person Ratings Capsule will be automatically entered to win anything...
by Billy Haynes10 months ago
I haven't been active in probably 1+ years on here other than checking in. I am wanting to get more active, but not sure what to write about these days. I have been debating what types of hubs to start writing and was...
by Laura Writes19 months ago
I'm looking to start a series one detailed product reviews, with amazon capsules and all, that will get traffic and do well over time, any advice on layouts, content and such?
by Nathan Bernardo14 months ago
For those who have their own sites, and have product reviews on the sites, how many pages of product reviews do you have? Is there a certain number of them that is ideal, or not?
by Solaras19 months ago
When someone makes a comment on a hub, blog post or creates a product review, who owns the copyright to that comment? Does Amazon own the copyright for product reviews? Does Hubpages or the Hub author own...
by DzyMsLizzy15 months ago
Wouldn't a hubber who seems to write exclusively on product reviews, which they openly state they got for free or at a reduced price simply for the purpose of writing review, be considered as "overly...
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