If I use my own blog to backlink my articles will using the tracker code make the links not work as backlinks?
No it will still be counted as a back link and as a added bonus if someone sign ups after coming through that link you get percentage of impressions as well
Ha ha , don't try to understand it , just get as many as you can with the proper anchor text
You can try submitting articles to article directories
You can do guest posts which is a good way to get one way quality back links
You can comment on dofollow blogs
You can get them by adding links in forum signatures
You can get back links by participating in blog carnivals
Hope this helps
You may not need to get a lot of backlinks. Hubpages gives you a lot with the cross links betweed hubs. If you are trying to get higher in the search rankings for a competitive term, backlinks are the answer, but for some terms you may find you don't need a lot or any.
blog carnivals are where some blogger publishes links to other blog posts from other bloggers in a relevant topic , for example it could be a blog carnival about personal finance , where some blogger publishes links to posts about personal finance from other blogs. eg :- http://www.makemoneyfaster.biz/2009/06/ … art-i.html
You can find relevant blog carnivals at http://blogcarnival.com/bc/index.php
I'm new to HubPages so I'm in full learning mode. My original impression is that HubPages can be a source of good PR backlink to an outside page, but that any revenue produced here would be incidental.
This is the way I look at it. Every HubPage is an Ezine article that does not get submitted. The question I am asking myself is whether posting that article on a HubPage and then pointing some blog links at it is more productive that doing the same kind of thing at EzineArticles.
What say you?
Hub pages still is a good source for high PR back links to outside pages.
Thing to realize is if you are trying to rank for something using HubPages then you already have a head start. It already has trust with Google , it will get lots of internal links from related hubs , categories , tags etc so its relatively easy to rank for something using HubPages.
If you are already doing this with Ezine Articles then definitely do that using Hub Pages. You get paid with Hub Pages and while you want get anything from Ezines
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