Now don't be selfish, and don't be shy, don't tell a lie. Tell our fellow hubbers about it. We all learn, and we all earn.
Find blogs that relate to your theme and post your link in their blog roll.
I simply write an article and publish it in a worth while place. Easy enough. But I don't write one for one (or even more than).
Some get some backlink love. Others are left, dejected and ignored. I'm a fickle frog
I find sites that are complementary to my websites. Send them an email describing my site and ask them if they would like to exchange links.
For hubs I create my own from a series of blogs designed for that purpose.
I always use the link capsule and link similar hubs.
Have a look at the yahoo link: and linkdomain: commands, they can be pretty useful for finding links.
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