Is it possible to submit your hubpage to too many bookmarking sites to get backlinks? I have...
only submitted my sites to a couple (shetoldme, digg, xomba), and after having good google rankings, suddenly my pages have fallen off the face of the earth.
For sure, you can submit your hub to any number of bookmarking sites. When the number increases definetly you would get a good traffic + good page ranking. I think you are also get side income from shetoldme and xomba by displaying Google adsense ads as well. I normally bookmark my articles in Stumbleupon, Tweeter, My blogspot account, Reddit except digg, xomba and shetoldme.
You have to be careful not to spam yourself - if you self-promote on Digg especially, you can get a good old fashioned "Google slap" -- this happened to me on a website I owned, I was using Bookmarking Demon and wasn't careful enough.
Not only did I get the Google beat-down, but I lost Digg altogether. They can be pretty harsh on that sort of thing. I'd recommend that next time you use Digg very sparingly, and not on every site. If you do use it on every site, make sure you Digg other sites and Hubs, etc., that you do NOT own.
To get your Hub back, do some article marketing to EzineArticles and GoArticles, as well as other high-PR sites. Then link them to your Hub.
Do the same with other web 2.0 properties, like Squidoo, other Hubs, etc. Build backlinks. (I am writing a hub on that right now, in fact.)
Please submit your hub to various social bookmark web sites but you should not go all out. Please pick the best ones and submit them as per their guidelines. Keep updating your social channels, be participative and interactive to get much more value.
by Cindy Vine 9 years ago
I was getting quite a bit of traffic from Stumbleupon, but the last while I notice it hasn't been accepting my submissions from Hubpages. They say that it's to prevent people from abusing the sytem and just promoting one site all the time. Does anybody know of a way around this?
by brandonhart100 7 years ago
and Snipsly. This is a Four fold question.1.) Should you really do it? I've heard that it might not be a good idea to add your ID to these pages as your link could be worth a lot less in Google's eyes if they see you've linked from one page to the other and both have the same adsense...
by Donnacha C 8 years ago
hello....I hope someone can help me with my question... Though an avid Hubpages fan, I have registered with SheToldMe as well, in the hope of getting more traffic....I`ve already seen other hubbers there and when I`ve checked out their scoops (hubs over there) I`ve noticed they are mostly just...
by Has_aWayWithWords 8 years ago
I went to sign up for propeller and submit a couple of hubs, HUBPAGES DOMAIN BANNED FOR SPAM CONTENT. This goes back to my point the other day about weeding out some of the sapm stuff happening here. If Hubpages has been banned from propeller for spam content because of some jackass wouldn't...
by seamist 7 years ago
I used to like Shetoldme.com for bookmarking articles because you could submit an unlimited amount of your own content without having your account closed for spamming. However, on one of the Hubpage forums I recently heard they are charging to use their site now. Can anyone share some good...
by Mike's Corner 7 years ago
I started about 7 weeks ago and have been publicizing/backlinking most of my hubs through the bookmarking sites SheToldMe, Snipsley, Xomba and Redgage.Does anyone think (or know) whether Google, as part of its new ranking system, will now be penalizing pages linked to from sites such as these...
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