What good is Xomba since links to your blogs/sites/HubPages,,, in your articles are "nofollow"?
They're not always nofollow.
Besides, why not promote your work while raking in some extra adsense cash? Xomba users can and do search around the site so it's possible they'll stumble into your links.
Xomba gives you trickle of traffic which we can't let it go. Besides that they also share adsense revenue which is also one good thing. So overall xomba is profitable but don't put much time into it. Write list post and short post for it.
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