'Squarespace will ping these URLs when this entry is published.'
It says this right above a box where I can insert whatever URLs I want to ping for a particular journal entry. Looks self-explanatory.
But I don't have an inkling about this trackback stuff...what kind of URLs would I put in there? Is this going to help my blog traffic? Can someone give me a rundown of this? An example?
I've tried reading various material on the subject, but it's tedious and confusing to me. I thought asking this specific little question might glean something more digestible. Thanks to all if you can help....
Welllll...since no one has responded in a couple of days, I'll just add that I've figured out a bit of this on my own...has to do with acknowledgement and such...not that I understand it all but trying as usual to conduct my own research.
I was off busy with marketing tracking urls ...you make one like htt p : / / hubpages . com / _ XXXXX/ hub / hubiwroteforpublic ....that underscore n xxxxx would be where you put your tracking url exactly like that. hope that helps n pardon me for not jumping to help right away. I would also recommend ...keep a copy of the article urls in a file on your computer for marketing purposes.
If you go to my profile I have a whole list of "how tos" for hubpages. http://hubpages.com/profile/sandra+rinck
backlinking for dummies, easy networking, using key words, incorporating adsense and analytics etc... it's about as easy as I could make it since I was in your shoes not too long ago.
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