How do I find out which sites may be linking to my hubs?
I just noticed that I have more than one * on the incoming links part of my hub metrics. How do I figure out where the links are coming from?
You have to use Google Webmaster Tools. If you haven't got GWT yet, there's a tutorial for signing up for it at the Learning Center; also, if you already have a Google Analytics account, I think you can use it to connect your Hubpage to Google Webmaster Tools.
Anyway, on Google Webmaster Tools, you go to the site you want to look at (your Hubpage) and go to Search Traffic on the left side bar; when you click on it a drop down comes and you click on Links to Your Site; under where it says Your Most Linked Content, click More. This will give you a list of articles; click on the article in the list that you want to check out and it will give you what sites have linked to it.
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