The links that leads to your own particular site are called backlinks. For example you create a blog and place a link that point towards your own website, that is considered a backlink. The more backlinks you have, the more famous your website becomes to search engines and that means more traffic to your sites.
You can buy them on the underground or some people believe that you can get them if you have connections with a high page rank website that has a television network. These kinds of links will sky rocket your traffic overnight. If you want proof then read my Hub http://whoisbid.hubpages.com/hub/How-to … opular-Hub and go to the evidence I provide by finding out about someone called AJ who has written about it and given all the proof you need. I am talking about extremely powerful links from very high page rank sites and not those social network bookmark links which don't really do anything for you because the search engines know that they were designed for that purpose and most likely they hold no weight. Don't waste your time with those kinds of links.
The other way is to make friends with people (bloggers) and start a link ring (be very careful that you don't actually make a ring though because you will be leaving link wheel footprints. You can also slave away for several years and build up lots of sites and blogs with all kinds of information and then when they get popular you can use them to link to other stuff (but don't overdo it)
The answer is either money/connections or simply years of hard work.
by LondonGirl 9 years ago
I've read over and over the "get quality backlinks with Qassia" line.Is it true? Do links from this site help?How do you do it? I know you write the "intel", but where does the backlink link to? Your profile? Or can you change it to different hubs each time?
by Liam Hallam 7 years ago
Do you have a source for backlinks, traffic and seo that you'd like to share with the community? Is there somewhere in your particular knowledge area you use to help develop more backlinks?Please share your more unique sources or ideas you have Please don't simply post 'I don't need to backlink!'...
by Jacob Horning 14 months ago
I was reading through the FAQ and one thing that stuck out for me was the fact that after your Hubber Profile score reaches 75 or higher your website link on your profile is supposed to change from nofollow into dofollow. The links on my profile are all still nofollow links (I checked with inspect...
by Dorsi Diaz 6 years ago
I am working on one of my new websites - and I want to link back to my hubs here. How many times is this OK to do on a website page before it is overkill?
by seamist 10 years ago
I don't understand how to promote traffic on my hub. I've ready plenty of articles, but they all seem so vague. I'm a newbie to all of this. Thank you for any help.
by KnowledgeAnywhere 8 years ago
I have been on hubpages for two months. I have read multiple articles on SEO and backlinking. Ninety percent of my hubs do not have backlinking. But I choose for a while to say no backlinking. It was "different" I thought and "original". ...
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