How to find the site where you can provide backlinks for your hubs?
I want to provide backlinks for my hub. how can I find the site which is suitable for my hubs?
I use digg.com. It is a really easy site to use and a number of other hubbers use that site, too. Some people use Stumbleupon.com, but I find that site difficult to use. I also write blogs and incorporate links to my hubs in those posts.
If your hub answers a question then try other answer and question sites like yahoo, quora, etc. Put a link to your hub as the resource. ( make sure the site is a do follow) but even in no follow situations if the question ranks high you'll generate a bit of traffic.
If you have a relevant established blog then backlink to your hub. Tumblr is a do-follow site. Backlink to your hub from tumblr.
create a podcast and backlink to your hub
guest blog with other bloggers
I've been using reddit and stumbleupon, and for a day or two my traffic shot up incredibly. However, it has really died down now, and neither have provided much traffic, if any, over the last few days.
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Or just your profile and select hubs?
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