What are back-links?
I just read somewhere that you need back-links to get traffic on your hubs. Whats that?
It are links that are leading to your hub. So if I wanted more traffic to my hub I would link to my hub from social media sites, facebook, twitter, google+, etc. Just to spread the word about my new hub.
I've written hubs on this topic too, as well as written a hub guide to some of the best hubs written by others on here.
What backlinks are is fairly simple, but there is more than one way of getting them.
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