Ok first part, yousaytoo is set up to take your blogger posts and import them into your blog on yousaytoo, essentially creating to places for your posts to be seen, I see a benefit for this because the links in your post are then immediately placed in 2 places so it is like creating 2 backlinks in one shot. Problem is for some reason yousaytoo under my account when I view my blog info it says that new posts are not being imported feed must be set to full. In blogger my feed is set to full but under there it talks about feedburner and other links, should I have some code in these places? if so where do i find that code because yousaytoo says nothing about any code other than placing their backlink in my blog html.
I am having the same prob at yousaytoo and currently am waiting for a response from yousaytoo as to what I need to do about this.
I'm not using it yet. I was thinking about setting up 3 different blogs, all on connected, to create backlinks. I haven't done so.
But, was looking into yousaytoo, because I just got admin as a facebook friend. So, I went to check it out.
I too am looking for feedback on yousaytoo? Anyone want to offer any.
yeah, I just got the friend request also. looked at the site, found an old forum thread about it that darkside was discussing it. I would love to know if anyone is using it.
I have done a few blogs at blogger to promote hub pages with. according to my URL trackers the are working!
Good to hear Ohma. Thank you. Btw- How are you doing today?
Good Cagsil, In case you didnt see in my other thread I have once again joined the ranks of the Employed. I am having a great day.
How are things with you?
Things are progressing little at a time and one of my reasons for being in this thread. I know you have a blog and saw you post, so I came to find out how your blog has been for you? Plus, I wanted to know a little more about other places to blog?
I rather ask people who are already using somewhere and I value the opinion of all hubbers on traffic sources. I'm presently looking into advertising avenues, which lead me to blogs.
I am happy to hear you are employed.
I used YST to get a chance to monetize a pre-existing wordpress.com site (cant directly use aff links on wp.com)..cant say it was particular worthwhile.
I can say that new posts get the "news" boost by google and there are no real rules to how much or how little you publish. Meaning you could write little blurbs and teasers just like at social bookmarking sites.
Thats all the site is good for in my eyes, just another place to build some backlinks at.
How are the backlinks? Do you see a good amount of traffic?
Just curious....as I said above, I'm considering it.
Thank you in advance.
Dofollow backlinks ..yes
i just checked my adsense channel for YST - looks like in the last 3 months have seen 100 visits each month (on my impression percentage) I bet the majority of those visits were fellow hubbers! But its still worth the time investment as just another place to drop a backlink, just to write, nah, there are better places, hubpages being pretty high up there , with IB a close third only bested by your own sites (once you get traffic generation down)
So you have finally decided to put all your knowledge to good use and make some money withit? Good! Gosh do I sound like your mother or what?
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