Can articles published in goarticles.com and ezinesarticles be linked to hubpages hubs ...
to raise traffic? Have you heard of goarticles and ezinesarticles? Is there truth that if articles published in goarticles.com and ezinesarticles are linked to hubpages hubs, traffic in the latter will increase.
Yes you can certainly link to your Hubs in articles on those sites. Yes it can increase your traffic. It's probably not worth writing a huge number of articles on those sites though, as you're not getting paid.
Goarticles can be linked yes. Ezine as well. Also Triond but it's so ad filled that few like it.
by Cholee Clay3 weeks ago
I'm wondering how articles are effected when they are linked to by outside websites. I'm assuming if the other website is a good site article views should rise. Are there any negatives to having articles being linked...
by Chuck Bluestein4 years ago
Earlier I posted that people should go and make links going to other sites that do not belong to you nofollow. Then someone mentioned that if your hubber score is less than 85 then "every link" will be...
by Charlie6 years ago
Thank you for sharing. Certainly worth looking at. Appreciate you taking the time to write these tips. We can all use traffic.
by Mark McClean5 years ago
Do you write for Google or the internal Hubpage community?As I read through the Hubpage tutorials they pointed out it is best to write articles that are "Evergreen."However MANY of the articles I read on...
by Warren Clark5 years ago
I find it kind of ridiculous that I have been waiting for a couple weeks now for one of my hubpages to be published. What was the longest time you have ever had it take to get a hubpage to publish?
by Compu-Smart8 years ago
The other day I had ridiculous amounts of traffic to my hubs!!I looked at my hubpage statistics page and every single hub had two red triangles...
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