Im still fairly new to hubpages and I would like to build backlinks to one particular hub to increase its chances of getting in the search engines for a phrase. I have a worry with building backlinks because hubpages is something like pr8 and ill be backlinking from blogs between pr0-4. Will this method be an exception because of the nature of the website or does hubpages in googles eyes treated as equal in as other websites.
Has anyone here seen success when building backlinks for their hubs?
Considering how the Penguin algorithm has been cracking down on manipulative linking practices (links designed to boost search rankings), I'm warier than ever of backlinking. My approach is: put your effort into creating excellent, relevant content, and if you have several articles in the same niche, cross-link them. (Hubpages makes this really easy by letting you set up "groups" on your dashboard; you can then assign hubs to a group and they'll automatically link to the next and previous hub in the group). Other than that, I wouldn't waste time planting links for search engines, since we don't know which links search engines see as significant, relevant, good or spammy, or which they'll be penalizing down the road.
Hubpages ensures that articles will be found by search engines within a day or so via the links from the topics page and the fact that it's crawled daily by most major search engines.
Links serve an entirely different purpose which may be worth doing: they help real people (as opposed to search engines) find your content. Cross-links between related articles do that. So do links shared on social media. And search engines are looking for ways to rank up content that's widely shared on social sites. However, there's a catch. People don't like to be exploited for traffic or advertising, and may write you off as a spammer for excessive self-promotion. Therefore, I suggest only sharing your own stuff on a site where you've genuinely been participating, interacting, and sharing other interesting/useful stuff you've come across.
This article may be worth a read: Danny Sullivan's famous rant on hard vs easy links.
by Jason Menayan 6 years ago
There is a lot of bad SEO (search engine optimization) advice out there, and the use of automated services that procure backlinks to your Hubs is one particularly egregious example. Using services to get backlinks can result in your Google AdSense and/or HubPages account permanently banned. Yes, we...
by KnowledgeAnywhere 7 years ago
I have been on hubpages for two months. I have read multiple articles on SEO and backlinking. Ninety percent of my hubs do not have backlinking. But I choose for a while to say no backlinking. It was "different" I thought and "original". ...
by easyspeak 8 years ago
I know it fluctuates depending on a billion variables...but for you hubbers here who are making decent money, how many backlinks do you create for each hub. Please specify between social bookmarkting, article marketing on directories like ezine, blogging and commenting on blogs.Thanks!
by Rahul Parashar 3 years ago
I am thinking about building some backlinks to my Hub[ages subdomain, but am not sure where and how should I start. What do you suggest? What's your backlining strategy? Is it really impossible to get so organic traffic without backlinks? If not, how difficult is it?
by avan989 6 years ago
I have been on hubpages for about 2 weeks now and am trying to learn successful backlinking strategy, but what I read is very mixing. Some people say to spin articles and submitted to other sites, while others are using paid websites to do back linking for them. Some say just write quality articles...
by Brett A Rogers 4 years ago
This is how I understand backlinks. Linking to a webpage that links back to you is more valuable to SEO than not having it link back to you. The more removed this website is from your own the better. For example, linking from one of my hubs to a non-hubpages webpage is more...
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