I have computer eyestrain from the above. Hours spent accomplishing very little. I have one backlink from a swimming pool forum. Does it take forever to come up with these? I used a legitimate link directory. Help!!!!!
The easiest links to do are the ones that are on the 'share it button' at the end of your published hubs.
Once you have a blog or sign up to somewhere like StumbleUpon - you can link easily to them.
If you have a blog you can also put a HubPages widget on it and that updates on all your latest hubs as you publish them.
Hope this helps.
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I get twenty backlinks from one post to ping.
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An easy way to create backlinks is to sign up for one or more free blogs, like Wordpress or blogspot. You can even use your RSS feed to automatically link to your latest hubs.
Also, I would recommend article directories such as Ezinearticles.com, where you can put backlinks in your author box.
Ryan Kett and other hubbers have written extensively on this subject, try searching the forums and hubs for "backlinks" and the like.
You don't HAVE to create backlinks. For the amount of content publishing I do I very rarely try to get a backlink. I publish at other sites, whole articles, and if the content warrants it I'll hyperlink a keyword and link to a similar themed hub.
If your content is useful and unique and people are seeking that information, then Search Engines will eventually find you and send you the best traffic.
i see all the clever people come out at night, or should i say early hours of the morning, so what am i doing here, good question......
I do very little backlinking compared to some people, and still manage to rank highly in competitive terms.
Backlinking is a process that I let happen very naturally. If it is convenient to contextually link to a hub because of certain keyword use in other hubs on on any personal websites then I do it. Otherwise, I don't really bother seeking out blogs, forums, etc. to post my link. I don't spin extra articles to post on article directories either. My (lack of) efforts has merited excellent rankings for certain keywords as well.
My advice - just do what is natural, and let it all play out.
by Dorsi Diaz 6 years ago
I am working on one of my new websites - and I want to link back to my hubs here. How many times is this OK to do on a website page before it is overkill?
by world of the wise 8 years ago
Hi guys, may page rank is too poor, i have been rare at hubpages just to create backlinks. But nothing seems to be on my sidePlease tell, is there another way to increase page rank rather than backlinks. am too tired
by Pente 7 years ago
I joined Dec 5, 2010 and I just finished my 30th hub. I do feel I am getting burned out though. All of my dreams are about hubs. Does anyone else get burned out when writing a lot of hubs?
by Mcham Law 6 years ago
HI. I sorta like HP. I find some of what the rest of the people here have to say interesting. But let's be honest. I'm hear for the backlinks. I am writing hubs as part of my SEO. Problem is I can't get my score over 66 much less up to the 75 mark and I'm getting tired of it. I hop hubs every day,...
by Paul Maplesden 5 years ago
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by IzzyM 7 years ago
First of, I don't really know what I'm talking about, or to be more specific, I don't know the name of what I am talking about.But thanks to a few hubbers on here, I have taken to backlinking the easy way. You backlink a hub to...for example...shetoldme...or blurbalicious...one of them anyway.Then...
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