If i write blogs about my hubs, from many free blog sites out there and add links to all of them...
from the blogs will that generate backlinks? Also if i use the same keywords as my hubs will they end up in the same spots on google as my hubs end up. Like my pros and cons hub that ends up at the top, will my blogs that i write about that hub end up on top as will and take the spots of the other sites? Can i link all the blogs together and have a link on each one to my hub? Thanks for taking the time to answer the question and hope we all make tons of money.
If you link all of your blogs together in a circle that would be a link wheel, and if it's a closed wheel that could be considered as black hat seo so I wouldn't close the wheel. but you can only benefit from those blogs as
1) they will be considered as backlinks
2) they will drive traffic to your hub
3) no, they will probably not replace your hub, that is if your hub is full of quality content, make the blogs relevant and you have nothing to worry about!
4) using the same keywords will just make your hubs more important and relevant on the subject, so that is a must
Doing recap posts is always good and many of the top bloggers will round up their most popular materials from the past quarter or past year into a review post.
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