I have been away from online activities for some time now. I wanted to renew my online marketing but noticed that shetoldme now charges for membership.
Am wondering if it is worth paying for its membership due to the clamp on bad links. Any suggestion would be appreciated. Thanks
I stopped using it when they started charging. I've stopped using all those bookmarking sites to be honest.
Hi Paulgoodman67, how then do you manage to promote and get backlins to your hubs? Thanks
I just follow what it says in the HP learning center. It is sensible advice and won't trigger Google penalties. http://hubpages.com/learningcenter/a-gu … acklinking
I thought shetoldme went under a long time ago. It would have to work miracles before I'd pay for it! Can't imagine using it does any good these days if you ask me, but don't take my word for it.
Miriam Weissmann, I took some time to go through the post made there, it look ok but, my fear is that google might view the links coming from shetoldme as bad links and spammy.
I would be interested in this. I considered paying the money a couple of months ago but not sure what posting on she toldme would do to my blog.
I stopped when they started charging. I thought it was against TOS to pay for back links. I won't pay for that site, and why do they charge anyway? .
Google must have cottoned on long ago that any links from shetoldme are artificial backlinks.
Agreed, I can't see the benefit of paying for a service which is a little outdated and free elsewhere.
investinginvest, you can get some quality backlinks from business type social sites Sokule, SWOM, Bizoppers, Sales Spider, LinkedIn and Manta. I use all of these for my websites as well. Register free and create your profile with a promotional backlink to your Hubpages subdomain. There are others, like Squidoo, Yelp, Groupon, Twitter and Facebook,but I don't have experience with those.
i just used it once and that was far back as 2 years ago and that was all
I had also stopped using shetoldme when James started charging for its use. It was only $12/year (I don't know how much he is charging now), but I had stopped writing at the time and didn't bother.
Welcome back. Cheers!
What on earth do they supply that needs to be paid for? Just allowing the posting articles?
by mcbean 8 years ago
After reading another info packed hub from Mark Knowles I note he recommends not using the revenue sharing feature of sites such as Shetoldme and snipsly as your adsense code will leave a 'footprint' for google to see you are creating your own backlinks.See: ...
by Trinity M 6 years ago
As per the advice of many Hubbers I’ve tried to sign up on Shetoldme, but can’t seem to find their sign up button / page anywhere. A while ago I saw another Hubber comment on experiencing the same problem. Does anyone know what’s going on there? Thanks to all.
by jenblacksheep 8 years ago
I just wondered if anyone backlinked their backlinks, like putting Shetoldme links on Reddit for example. I'm seriously running outta ideas of how to get traffic.
by manspaugh 7 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 in the forums, please>:1. Write a Hub2. Join InfoBarrel3. Write an article on...
by Jenna Ditsch 6 years ago
Is signing up on shetoldme.com worth it? The registration page says there is a cost for membership but I can't find what the cost actually is....so does it really affect your traffic to your Hubs and if so, does anybody know the membership cost? Thanks!
by Life at DrTom's 8 years ago
I am getting much more traffic on my submissions at Red Gage than at Xomba, SheToldMe, or YouSaytoo. For the effort, Red Gage seems to be working much better, yet the other three sites have a higher Alexa ranking. Can anyone share their experience/thoughts on this? Thanks.
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