Once upon a time, it was a good backlinking strategy to create a micro-blog and post links to all your Hubs on it. Tumblr was one place where you could do that.
Google has changed and now, that is not a good backlinking strategy. Google will count only one or two backlinks from it, no matter how many links you create, so it's a waste of time.
If you have a Tumblr blog already and you have lots of friends there, it can be useful to share your Hubs there to get real readers.
by Rahul Parashar3 years ago
I am thinking about building some backlinks to my Hub[ages subdomain, but am not sure where and how should I start. What do you suggest? What's your backlining strategy? Is it really impossible to get so organic traffic...
by canadawest996 years ago
There are only really 3 good places to put backlinks;1. social media sites (digg, reddit, etc)2. blogs (blog commenting)3. other adsense sharing sites (shetoldme, xomba etc)You can follow the angela's...
by Stacie L2 years ago
I'm looking at Tumblr for my photography and wondered if anyone has had positive results using it for traffic here and other places you work?
by Paul Goodman6 years ago
Article for discussion. I know that this recent development has already been mentioned by some hubbers in forums. But I am now wondering if this might be the main reason why we are seeing the current traffic...
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 Mike's Corner7 years ago
I started about 7 weeks ago and have been publicizing/backlinking most of my hubs through the bookmarking sites SheToldMe, Snipsley, Xomba and Redgage.Does anyone think (or know) whether Google, as part of its new...
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