There is only 1 asterisk in Incoming Links portion of Hubmetrics in all of my hubs.
What should I do to increase incoming links?
There are plenty of ways to increase back links to your hubs , Submitting to article directories being one of the easiest methods , there are plenty of forum threads and hubs about it
What do you mean by submitting to article directories. Can you please clarify on that.
Please be patient with me
Lots articles on this subject. Use the Search bar at the top there.
You can feel free to read my series on Ezine articles. You are not going to get much better links then from there.
You can just go to my profile and find the series.
Its not quite finished yet but it is getting very close but you can get a good idea from what is done so far
by surf traveler 9 years ago
backlinks.I have been using Ezine to get backlinks to a website and now I am wanting to start creating back links to my Hubs as well. I'm wondering if it creates more "link juice" to say create 2 back links via ezine and 2 back links via another article directory like Buzzle.com rather...
by Jubair Ahmed 8 years ago
Hello,I just wanted to know whether hubpages allows the authors to publish their own hubs in other article directories under their own name. I just wanted to promote my hubs by submitting them in other article directories. Those articles will be found under my author name "Jubair Ahmed"....
by BrankoZecevic 6 years ago
Which article directories are accepting articles with links to web 2.0 properties?To be more specific. When you wrote an article you put your link into it. I'm interesting in article directories which are accepting links to web 2.0 articles. How much these directories are popular?
by PierrePierre 8 years ago
There are many websites that allow you to post an article which can be reprinted by others and meanwhile your link will be included. So as a result, more backlinks are created for you. Isn’t right? Dose the hubpages allow hubbers to submit hub in some article submission site, e.g....
by Laurel Rogers 7 years ago
What the hay is an 'incoming link'? I know this is an old question, but I want some! How do I get them? How do they work? How do I go about getting incoming links? How do I ask for them? Who do I ask?Etc., etc.
by jsolochek 10 years ago
I have been writing articles for several years. They are submitted to about 200+ article directories. If I use one of these articles for a Hub is it considered duplicate content?The articlesw are cre34ated by myself.
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