Which blog directories if any do you submit your Hubpages profiles to? I’ve tried in the past, and I think I managed to do one or two, but it’s difficult when they want a reciprocal link to their site by having you paste HTML in yours. So should I just settle for continuing to submit my blog instead or are there some sites that don't require you to add HTML?
by LearnFromMe 7 years ago
I have noticed in the past few days while Hub Hopping and scanning my feed that there are a plethora of new hubs and hubbers joining the site and publishing low quality or poorly translated/spun hubs. When I click on the profile after flagging the hubs, I notice that there is no information about...
by Kate Swanson 10 years ago
I've been surfing around, looking for blog directories to add my blog to.I found two - Blogmad and Blog Explosion - both of which have a surfing system, whereby you surf other members' blogs and earn credits so you can buy feature banners, thus increasing traffic yourself.Does this constitute a...
by albc 7 years ago
dear all, i want to link my hubs to a blog and then to link the blog back to my hubsdo you use this approach? is this a good way to get more traffic for both sites?
by Karen A Szklany 6 years ago
I have been thinking about how I can give some of my hubs that receive less traffic more light. On our profiles, we can pick a bunch of hubs that feature in a "gallery" that fades in and out, right under our bios and above the published hubs listed in the bottom section. This year, my...
by Michael S. 6 years ago
Do you give more attention to new formatted hubber profiles over the old?The new profile formatting is a real improvement in look and usability. Some hubber's profiles are awesome. Does this make you frown on those who have not updated yet? I understand that it's their choice, but do you find...
by Aya Katz 9 years ago
I finally started a blog, because people had told me it was a good way to get more traffic for my Hubpages.So now I have this blog on blogspot, and I have my Hubpages widget embedded there, but how do I get traffic for the blog?The Google search engines act as if the blog does not exist, and it...
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