In the "hub metrics" part of the statistics on my hubs (which I've only just paid any attention to) I note it says, "Incoming Links: ∗∗∗"
What does this mean?
So does that mean other people have linked to my hub? How do I find out if they have?
You need to use a link finder. I don't use any specific one. You can google Free Backlink checker or go to this site and enter the url of one of your hubs, and it will tell you where it has been linked (i.e., who has linked to that specific hub.) Backlinks are good.
thanx london girl for sharing this topic as i was wondered about it aswell but now got the answer.thanx to all hubbers.
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