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What are backlinks exactly and how do u dd to hubpages t o increase traffic?
A backlink is a link that is at another site that is the url to your hub. You can join different sites to add your backlink. Redgage and She Told Me allow this and are good places and pay you.
It is a good idea to get an account at some of the other writing sites such as Squidoo and Infobarrel. Write articles and then backlink to your site.
There are many other sites where you can do this also. Just look it up in the hubpages search. Several hubbers have written articles about this topic.
Backlinks serve several purposes.
1)They have the potential to direct traffic from the linking website or page, assuming there are people there to follow the link.
2)The search engines consider backlinks to be a "vote" for the site or page in which they are linking.
3)Since search engines rank pages/sites based upon factors, including the number/quality of backlinks, the page/site will rank higher on the Search Engine Results Pages (SERPs). By being highly ranked for various specific search terms, you could see a great deal of traffic. Search Engines are typically the best source of traffic.
I get viewers from facebook, twitter , stumble upon & kooday , I earn every week from kooday so I really enjoy it , have ahub about it. if you answer questions at yahoo answers you can leave a link to a hub on the subject !
thanks for the information,
wytegarillaz - do u have to pay to put links on kooday?
If I link to myself from one of my hub to another of my hub, is that good of a backlinking?
by Lena Kovadlo4 years ago
What do you do to increase traffic to your hubs and potentially increase AdSense earnings?
by Jason Menayan5 years ago
There is a lot of bad SEO (search engine optimization) advice out there, and the use of automated services that procure backlinks to your Hubs is one particularly egregious example. Using services to get backlinks can...
by IzzyM7 years ago
First of, I don't really know what I'm talking about, or to be more specific, I don't know the name of what I am talking about.But thanks to a few hubbers on here, I have taken to backlinking the easy way. You backlink...
by Earl Noah Bernsby3 years ago
Hey gang! *'Leave it to Beaver' music playing in background*As per melbel's advice on this Hub:http://melbel.hubpages.com/hub/Backlinks-HubsI decided to implement some of my new-fangled SEO learnin' by writing for...
by Michael Kismet2 years ago
I recently started writing on Daily Two Cents to mitigate the whack-ness that is now Bubblews. Is Daily Two Cents a viable way to create quality backlinks back to my blog and HubPages articles? For instance if I...
by Kate Swanson7 years ago
IzzyM and I have been chatting about backlinking, and disagreeing on what's the best way to go about it. She's been spending hours backlinking her Hubs on social bookmarking and backlinking sites, because she feels...
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