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Should I list my hubs as blogs or as links. I can't enter contests, and I want to make sure I am getting backlinks.
Links and the create new blogs about the same topics
Thank you, I am just learning more about linking and getting more traffic.
Okay, I'm new to RD too. This is a stupid question, but I'll put it out there: what's the difference between the linked HP article and a blog on the same subject?
Links are very basic with little description pointing to Hub
Blog is an article an the same subject that you can refer to the Hum through a hyper link for more info.
I never knew that! Thanks Ohma! Guess where'll I'll be for a few days...weeks...months.... ha ha ha
you can do both.
a bookmark link mostly has value for Google backlink help. Doesn't take much effort, just a short original blurb will do.
then you can write a short blog post, (150 - 250 words) about the topic of the same hub. You can include a pic and anchor text link to the same hub in the post. Be sure to caption ( or alt=) the pic and you get double the links and keyword help for google search, plus human interest with the post.
you can do this for each hub you bookmark if you have the time. I rarely practice what I am preaching though. Time is tight and I usually just bookmark for the one link.
I'm a little behind the times. I really need to get started with Redgage! I feel like I'm the only one on here not using it.
I have signed up with redgage but when I login it asked for an activation code which I never got. I mailed to it's support several times but still I could not get it! Can anybody help!
cupid , did the email for the activation code go into your spam
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