Which sites have you found good to act as back links to your hubs?
Most of my traffic from back links comes from Facebook, but I have had a few from Twitter, MyYearBook, site-grade, StumbleUpon, Reddit, Delicious, and wirefan.
I Just started using Reddit, Digg, and Stumble Upon. They can all be accessed from our hub pages SHARE button. You just need to open an account with each one of them. I find that they have increased my inbound traffice 10 fold. By that I mean if I was getting one view on a hub, in one day I received 10. I hope this helps.
Mainly from Facebook. I also belong to numerous discussion forums that pertain to the subjects I write about (mainly music and movies) so I always make sure to leave a link on each of those.
I've tried Reddit, Digg, etc. and gotten next to no traffic from them so eventually I stopped bothering.
I'm told you should write on other sites like RedGage or Squidoo and then link it back to relevant Hubs. I'm just now trying it out. I also use StumbleUpon and Reddit which works pretty good.
Well Blog directories and forums are great ways to create back links besides social networking sites (like Facebook, Twitter, Stumbleupon etc).
Results depends on how effectively you have create your back links.
by Jasmine 7 years ago
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