Question about the site 'She Told Me' for anyone who may use the site
Hi, I am wondering if anyone else here uses the site She Told Me. I'm told it's a good place to post hubs for backlinks. I was approved there but if I'm understanding correctly I'll have to pay 5.00 to publish my hub/link. Did anyone else have to pay $5. Am I understanding it correctly. Anyone who knows, I sure would appreciate some advice. Thanks!!
yeah, they turned it into a pay site. i joined, but don't use it either (dirt poor).
It is a rip off. At first it flashes list blogs, etc for free. But when you go to sign up, and read fine print, you find out that it IS NOT A FREE SUBMISSION SITE. You have to pay them to use it.
For a long time She Told Me was a free submission site for your links. A few months ago they changed to having to pay either a monthly fee or an annual fee. I have chosen to stop using the site.
Both RedGage and Best-Reviewer are better than SheToldMe and they are both free.
Jamie, I started to sign up and had the same experience you did. Not worth it when there are so many other opportunities that are free. I let it go.
Technically - it's against Google's rules to pay for backlinks. So don't do it.
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