I understand backlinks - but was is the significance about linking to other websites in your Hub article IE. Your writing about exercising and you have a link to Yoga.com but there is no way you can link your Hub article through their website. Am I missing something - or will it increase my page rank by linking to a website that has a large PR number?
Though i have not done that, but i think those that engage in such does it to get their hubpage refreshed.
Am only making a guess here!
Aside from the links, a news module as well as an RSS module make your hub page DYNAMIC and more inline with web 2.0 technology. The news and RSS are constantly changing so you don't have to keep going back to your hub and updating manually. Since it is always changing, the search engine spiders see new material each time they crawl your hub and may give it a little boost in the SERP's. Not all hubs are meant to have a news or RSS module do don't try and put one on every hub. I like to put them in info type hubs and rarely on my product type hubs.
Cheri, there is a theory that when judging the quality of your site, Google likes to see links out to other quality sites, as well as backlinks coming in.
Personally I doubted it, but I went through and added outgoing links to some of my Hubs and they did perform better.
I don't put links in the text, though - I want my readers to leave my site by clicking on an ad, not by going to some other website which doesn't earn me any money! So I put a links capsule right at the end of my Hub, after the comments. Google will see the links there, but most readers won't scroll that far down.
I also put a News capsule in the same spot, because that gives me constantly refreshing content, which Google also likes.
by Mikeydoes 8 years ago
I am okay at writing and can go way more in depth then I have, however I am not sure it is necessary to have a good profitable hub. I only do things that are fun to me, but I was just wondering about a couple things.1.) I am suggesting links using the suggested links in hubpages, now I knows its...
by Kate Swanson 6 years ago
This topic has been raised a couple of times in other threads, I thought it was worth posting as a separate topic to get more attention. We all know how important backlinks are. Current thinking is that simply exchanging links (site A links to site B and site B links to site A) is a...
by Paul Maplesden 5 years ago
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by Dorsi Diaz 6 years ago
I am working on one of my new websites - and I want to link back to my hubs here. How many times is this OK to do on a website page before it is overkill?
by Peg Cole 5 years ago
Is there a way to get rid of unwanted traffic sites that attach a link to our hubs without our knowledge? I try to individually monitor my hubs for suspicious traffic and have written two letters to the offender who has sent me 8 visits on one hub this week. Now HubPages has marked my hub with a...
by Aficionada 8 years ago
This is actually three questions.1) Is the average of all of the individual HubScores significant in any way? Does that number affect or change anything?2) In discussions of the Suggested Links Tool and HubKarma, I have seen some Hubbers mention that they would like to know if another Hubber...
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