Ok, so now I have put links to several of my hubs on my MySpace blog and I think it helped drive traffic since I've had 11 page views since last night from different sources, which is more than usual, but don't know how to create a link for Facebook. Is this what it means to have Backlinks?
Also, I don't understand the Widgets & RSS feeds. Why would I add them to my hubs? I mean, we have the option of adding Widgets and RSS feeds (I think from another hubber) but don't know what they do, what is the purpose of them?
I need to find out & resolve the issues cuz I got an email from Amazon.com saying I haven't had any sales referrals yet. I don't want to lose the opportunity!
Thanks for any help!
I signed up tp Digg. I log in through facebook, then I post to Digg and I am given the option to post from there directly to Facebook.
Hope this helps.
No, true backlinks are dofollow ones. To see how you get these ones visit my hub: http://hubpages.com/hub/Get-Easy-Free-Backlinks
If you want to create a back link for facebook.... go to 'share it' at the bottom of the hub and then 'facebook' log in and you will share it that way.
Anyway you should automatically create a link on facebook after you have published the hub you will see 'tweet' and 'facebook'... you would have already posted the link!
Hey, but Im no guru, so best to check to see if I have got that wrong!
To add a link from facebook, you can just type the url of your hub into your status. I believe there is also an option to post your hub to facebook when you first publish your hub.
Also I am planning to publish another hub on backlinks which I believe will be helpful.
With shetoldme would I need to write articles or can I use it only for backlinks?
You just have to write a short description at SheToldMe.
It is up to you. You can write an article there but I use it just for backlinks with a 200 character summary of original hub.
oh, wait a minute. Does it cost money? I'm seeing $5 for a 14 day trial and $59 / month for Ongoing Campaign Management.. ???
I didn't see anything like this while creating a new user account a minute back(I have one but wanted to check if there are new rules). Maybe you are trying to sign up for publicity campaign or something.
Signup here: http://shetoldme.com/referral/736868b9
I found it, thanks. I don't know where I was lol but I got an email saying approval could take from a couple days up to a couple weeks. I also signed up for Chitika, don't really know what that is, but it was free!
Ping.fm is one good way to quickly update multiple social networks and few social networks in ping.fm are dofollow, you'll get backlink+traffic.
Amazon is horrible. I was a member for 2 years and then out of nowhere my account got cancelled, saying amazon affiliate program is no longer available in North Carolina. Ebay keeps telling me I will recieve an email in a few days to confirm but I never get one. I haven't had much luck with anything except adsense.
Thats not the fault of Amazon, it is more to do with the laws and regulations of north carolina itself, they fought the decision all the way to my knowledge.
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