Its a fairly important metric. The more incoming links you have the more you know your url is out on the net somewhere trying its best to drive people to your page. Backlinks are one of the factors in SEO that search engines take into consideration. It also shows how well fans are making links/sharing your hub on the web to others.
The higher the number of stars the better. Hubs can be very successful with just one star and just having traffic from search engines.
by Elisabeth Sowerbutts9 years ago
I notice we now have a new tab under stats called hub metrics - i understand published date and word count - but the symbols for incoming links - is there a rough guide to how many links are how many * and are links all...
by sunforged8 years ago
Have you seen more than 5 stars in your Hub metrics under the Incoming Links field?
by Ruchi Urvashi6 years ago
What is the meaning of incoming links in Hub Metrics?
by Brie Hoffman7 years ago
after you've published your hub by editing it?
by aoiffe3797 years ago
What is the relationship between hubber score,hub score, hub metrics and hub views?I have reached 100 hubs and I am looking back trying to figure out why I have not made 100 cents yet.I know it is quality not quantity....
by Karen Curtis7 years ago
A feature I would find handy is having all of the Hub Metrics data (word count, revenue potential, incoming links, view duration, date published (already on other stat pg) and short url) found on another stat...
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