How do I create an acceptable hub about my own website. It's a fashion/shopping website.
What is and is not allowed? Is there a limit on size or number of links? Please enlighten me
Create a Hub on a related subject to your site and then pass one or two links through to your own website
ok so can I assume that writing a hub exclusively about your own website is prohibited?
Does it have to be about your website?
Can't it be about the topic that you cover at your own site?
Lets say you have a page on your blog about the 'Development of High Heels' and you publish a hub on the 'History of Womens Shoes'. When you touch on high heels in your hub, you can highlight a keyword phrase in your content, preferably something that says 'high heels' and then hyperlink it to your site.
You now have yourself a backlink.
And it benefits the curious reader who will only click on it if it really interests them. That's quality traffic.
The amount of time it takes to get a reply that answers all of your questions directly here, you could have had them answered in 5 minutes if you bothered to read the terms of service.
If your purpose here is to market a product, then to not bother to read the TOS indicates to me that you wouldn't value any contracts you'd have with your customers, either.
Hubs that just link to other sites get a low Hubscore and create no value for the person writing them.
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