I've recently been receiving more visits to my hubs than before. However, when I went to check the stats behind the hubs that were performing well, the best performing one only had a backlink rating of one star. When I then went to research any backlinks to the article, I found one or two online articles citing my article in their bibliography, but apart from that, none. What's your best advice on how to gain more backlinks and improve traffic to your hub without investing in these scam backlink building sites?
by Bill Manning7 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 Baileybear6 years ago
Is backlinking one of those annoying yet necessary tasks to improve traffic? Which is more effective for backlinking? Excerptz or Squidoo?
by N. Ramius8 years ago
I've received 77 visitors from Ezine compared to 2k unique visitors from search engines. I'm wondering if the back link power is worth spending time writing the articles? I fail at doing them quickly. It usually taking...
by Tony Lawrence7 years ago
rebekahELLE posted this link in another thread: http://www.nytimes.com/2011/02/13/busin … r=2&hpIt tells the tale of how J.C. Penney has been SERP punished for excessive backlinking.We've been told over and...
by safiq ali patel3 years ago
What are Back Links, Where Do I put Back Links, And What Use Are Backlinks...Here on Hub Pages I keep hearing about Backinks. Can You Explain What Are Back Links And Where Should I Add Them And What Purpose Do Back...
by kerryg8 years ago
So far I've mostly been relying on writing good content and trusting people to find it, but after a spike this summer, my traffic here at HP has collapsed to some rather depressing levels, considering the number of hubs...
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