Does anybody have "incoming links" greater than 1 * and if so, how many links do you need?
What's the scale used to determine the star rating for incoming links? What did you do to get more incoming links?
I have several hubs with five stars. They're nearly all organic links; people find them good, so they post them in forums, on social media, blogs etc.
Organic backlinks are the best type.
I do all that stuff but getting links in to my page is painfully difficult for me. It seems there's a "trick" or something that I just don't know about.
by Amy 2 years ago
Forum Marketing - Does anybody know of any forums out there that will let us post links?
by CBM1987 19 months ago
Does Anybody Know how to get rid of bad odor/ taste due to sinus infection?I have a sinus infection. odor/ taste.. its driving me insane. Ive looked everywhere, im normally not that prone to getting sick, neither do I have allergies so to go from no sinus problems to a infection its really doing a...
by Katina Davenport 7 years ago
This is the longest I have ever seen the technical issue continue.
by Thomas@theone 8 years ago
Does anybody know some good tips to get hubscore higher.Recently i added 5 more pictures and two more videos to one of my hubs, and the hubscore went down! i don't understand, can anyone help?
by Ann Carr 6 years ago
Does anybody else hate the new hub-hopping layout?I used to love hub-hopping but now it's turned into a critical analysis! I think this is detrimental to the whole idea therefore I don't do it anymore. It was a great way to look at others' work. Now I use the 'feed' section...
by Sondra Rochelle 4 years ago
I just noticed on my second site that something called Guardlink dot com has suddenly viewed my hubs over 30 times. When I checked on this site, it was written in Russian, and when I translated it, it seemed to be a site that stores people's links. I have no idea what this is, but it...
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