What good is Xomba since links to your blogs/sites/HubPages... in your articles are "nofollow"?
1) Users on Xomba may still click your links there and come read your hub
2) Xomba links are indexed rather fast into Google.
3) While the Xomba links are nofollow the Xomba page containing your article summary may rank highly on Google for your targeted keywords. Since this page has a link directly to your hub it will still direct traffic to your hub regardless of nofollow.
4) I really do not believe that Google totally ignores nofollow. Just my opinion. Some have supposedly ranked very highly only from using nofollow backlinks.
by dabeaner 8 years ago
What good is Xomba since links to your blogs/sites/HubPages,,, in your articles are "nofollow"?
by Michal 2 years ago
I am sorry if I ask a silly thing. I never had a blog and I feel all blogs in a world, even blogger is difficult for me to keep with. I wanted to kindly ask if someone could explain me If blog can help with traffic to my hubpages. How it needs to be set so no rules would be crossed. I trully wish...
by erinshelby 2 years ago
What sites exist that are free to use, that allow writers to create any content (like HP), where you can make money?
by Kate Swanson 17 months ago
I am always surprised that guest blogging is never discussed on HubPages. We all know it's important to have backlinks pointing to our Hubs and websites. We also know that Google is working hard to detect and devalue links which are artificially created - things like directory...
by Jacob Horning 8 months ago
I was reading through the FAQ and one thing that stuck out for me was the fact that after your Hubber Profile score reaches 75 or higher your website link on your profile is supposed to change from nofollow into dofollow. The links on my profile are all still nofollow links (I checked with inspect...
by Aya Katz 8 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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