Now I have noticed that after publishing a good hub, immediately there is incoming link, where are they coming from, and how can I know who is linking
It's most probably from one of the hubpages tag pages. Every tag page has a list of hubs that use that tag.
Some hubpages tag pages rank very well in Google as well.
they are from internal hubpage links (your hub might display in the relevant hubs category on other hubpages.) It will also be linked from it's relevant categorie and like traceye said, links come from hubpage tags, too.
Incoming backlinks can be checked through a number of services, like this one: backlinkwatch.com
Desktop SEO software can do that, too.
But results may differ.
by IzzyM 8 years ago
After reading a hub by Relache, I looked at the incoming links on some of my hubs. Most of them only have one incoming link, and the odd one has two or three but no more than that. I've backlinkined these hubs to the usual sites - xomba, shetold etc so where do the incoming links actually come...
by katiem2 7 years ago
Don't let this happen to you.As most of you know my Mother is is failing health and I've been traveling a lot trying to take care of my Mom, spend as much time with her as possible and get back home for my kids, busy to say the least.Of my 302 hubs many of them have link capsules on them including...
by Ginny 3 months ago
I have been updating my hubs, but almost all of the amazon capsules have been snipped (even if there is only one on the hub and it is directly relating to the article). I see that HP is limiting them, but is there a definitive rule that is being used to snip out the products capsules? I...
by Brian Slater 7 years ago
hi, I would like to check the number of incoming back links to each of my hubs, can someone recommend a way of doing this-thanks
by William F Torpey 3 years ago
HubPages provides statistics on our hubs that include, under "metrics," one or more asterisks indicating "Incoming Links. My question is this: Is there any way we can tell where these links are coming from?
by Laurel Rogers 6 years ago
What the hay is an 'incoming link'? I know this is an old question, but I want some! How do I get them? How do they work? How do I go about getting incoming links? How do I ask for them? Who do I ask?Etc., etc.
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