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- if I submitted hubs / blogs to RSS sites, will those sites themselves (not reposts) provide me with backlinks?
And what is your best and fastest recipe for backlinks?
oh, also, would links in my profile count as additional backlink each time i make a post of article / forum post or it's only the body of article counts?
and finally, if i write 10 articles/hubpages with a link to the same domain, will it give me 10 backlinks or only one from Hubpages?
If the backlinks were on the seperate pages, yes it would be ten backlinks.
Remember though to avoid spam on Hubpages you need to get your Hubscore above 75 before the no-follow attribute is removed.
A lot of RSS sites insert a no-follow tag as well now, it depends on which RSS submission site you use as to whether or not is is a qualifiable do follow backlink.
ok, then the question is...
which RSS sites do you guys suggest from SEO stand point (dofollow).
Anybody has a comprehensive list, hub on it?
So question, if I get my Hubscore to like 76 but then the next day it drops to 74 do the backlinks on my hubs stay activated or does it have to remain above 75 at all times or just once?
from all I know under 75 they become nofollow. But I am new here, so, might be missing something...
Easy fix. Let's first get your profile rank above 75. Go to your profile link and drop all the links. Now write some decent content explaining a few of your quality links and put in one or two only. You will need about 300 words with only about 2 links in there and talk about yourself, your looking for good solid content here.
As your score rises, then you can add a few more links.
Now take your url address of your profile page and all of the 7 hubs you have written. Go to http://html2rss.com/ (free to join and worthwhile to do so) and submit all of those urls in the make rss feed.
That is you will be putting in 8 different url addresses. Press submit and then you will get 1 rss feed that will have all of these 8 url's.
Submit that feed to the sites as previously discussed above.
Now go to Feedburner dot com and place that rss feed you just made of all of your urls and Feedburner will burn you a new feed.
Submit that as you did with the first feed. You just made a two and three way link rss feed by doing this.
Very powerful do follow high pr links here.
The next important step, sit back and watch the magic happen over the next few days, if not hours.
This statement probably flies in the face of conventional thinking, but I would propose that the internal link structure of Hubpages provides huge opportunities for powerful "high juice" links. Hubpages is considered an "authority site" by most accounts, and internal links here are quite valuable.
Participate in the forums, answer questions, post comments, and update your related hubs with links to similar. Keep your profile fresh. You'll find it makes quite the difference to Google, IMO.
I use Tumblr as a do follow RSS feed, and I have linked my tracker to the RSS feed.
Of course this means I need to promote my Tumblr account as well to increase teh PR/traffic on that, but it generaly has a better quality than many RSS filled sites which do not usually do particularly well.
You have to remain above 75 or links will return to no-follow, but I am guessing that links only get updated once/a few time a day, there is proabbly a scrip which automatically runs and checks hubscores and alters links if needed.
This is just a guess though, I don't know for sure.
SEO work helps your hub to rank higher on search engines for your keywords.
Higher rankings = more free organic traffic.
Free Organic Traffic = More Page Views
More Page Views = More AdSense and eBay clicks and Amazon sales.
More Clicks and Sales = More $$$$
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