question about back linking to hubs
Do you guys backlink to your new hubs or to your profile? or both? does backlinking to your profile help at all? couldn't find this particular info on the hubs i read so thought I'd ask it here
I would imagine backlinking to your hubs would be significantly more beneficial than backlinking to your profile.
Now, backlinking to your profile would obviously help, but it would divide the total "link juice" among all of the linked hubs on the page (your recent posts, hot, and best), rather than focusing it on your hubs that you're trying to get to #1 in Google.
I would personally do about 98% linking to select hubs and 2% backlinking to my profile.
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