I have one hub that shows $$$$$ and 3 incoming links. I hear that's a good thing but I'm not even getting any clicks or making any money off it. What do I do with it?
How old is the hub? Usually it takes time for a hub to come good. Just continue building backlinks to it.
A backlink is a link from an article or blog to your hub, usually anchored on a word or phrase.
It's what the search engines use to decide if your hub is any good or not - it's like a vote for your hubs.
How to build backlinks: various ways. You could write articles on Ezinearticles or Infobarrel with links to your hub. Or you set up a blog yourself on a related topic to your hub and then link from that to the hub.
There's a ton on info on hubpages about how to go about it. I would search the site for info on backlinks (both hubs and the forum) and then spend a good few hours reading about it. Read as many sources of info as you can, and by the end of it you'll know what to do!
Hope this helps
Ok thanks I just read it. Funny someone else said that was a good hub. I will fix things now. Thanks alot
Everybody sees things differently. I've seen a great deal of improvement in your hubs, in that the newer ones, should sell more stuff and make more money. There's always things that need improving. But I definitely think that you're on the right track.
Definitely try Ezine Articles; it is good for a backlink, and about 25% are clicking through, so good traffic too...
by rob_allen 6 years ago
Do you build backlinks everyday?
by Jack Baumann 5 years ago
How do you build backlinks to your site?What is the best way to build quality backlinks to your website? And are there any settings on my hub pages site that needs to be changed to accept inbound links?
by priyankeshu 7 years ago
any ideas or suggestions on how to build backlinks to my hubs?
by Routledge 6 years ago
I might be interested in guest posting on your Blog! I have a Technology News Blog: http://www.techazoidnews.com and my email is firstname.lastname@example.org
by Holle Abee 8 years ago
I was just wondering...how come the links I post on Xomba are indexed much quicker on Google than the actual hub is? Any ideas? Thanks!
by Bldg an Architect 6 years ago
Do you build backlinks for your hubs?What's your strategy for getting traffic to HubPages?
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