Some great folks started a wonderful plan to get more views to travel hubs by creating backlinks.
The lates thread on that is Cagsil's post "HubTrail Capstone Request?"
If any of you fellow Canucks have written a travel hub about Canada, or any part thereof, I would love to include it in the hubtrails feeds - that is an initiative started by Ohma, Marisa, sunforged, sufidreamer, Cagsil and some others to promote travel hubs with RSS feeds and two external websites to provide backlinks.
I have created a Canadian capstone and have set up the provinces as well, so if anyone wants to be included please give me a shout.
I have linked up some of my older travel hubs and they have certainly perked up in views, score and rank...and, after the writing, it's about getting those pageviews...
To be included in the general feed, you must have no more than 15 tags, including these:
hubtrail, hubtrail-canada, hubtrail-americas
AND one more - one of these:
For a hub about BC, add hubtrail-westcoast
For a hub about AB, add hubtrail-outwest
For a hub about SK, or MN, add hubtrail-priaries
For a hub about ON, add hubtrail-outeast
For a hub on PQ, add hubtrail-belleprovince
For a hub about NB, NS, PEI, add hubtrail-downeast
For hub about NF-LB, add hubtrail-therock
For a hub about the arctic - YK, NT, NU, add hubtrail-upnorth
For a hub on Canadian travel (not specific to any one province) add hubtrail-cantravel
If you have a hub about a city or an area in one of the provinces or territories, please add the appropriate province tag
For example, a hub about the city of Montreal would need these tags: hubtrail, hubtrail-canada, hubtrail-americas, hubtrail-belleprovince
...and a hub about Canada's parks or beaches would need these tags: hubtrail, hubtrail-canada, hubtrail-americas, hubtrail-cantravel
How simple could that be?!
Do join us - it could be a way to get to meet some more great hubbers, and get some more action for your travel hubs! Spread the news, and if anyone needs any help, I'll be happy to do what I can to get it sorted out!
Cheers, and Happy Hubtrails!
*bump* Hey RedElf, what's up? Been a while, haven't seen you lately. Hope you're doing well and Thank you for the post. I'm glad to see your travel hubs have perked up a bit. That is
Yes - I am doing fine - had the sell-the-old-homestead blues - well, not really blues, just a long run of family business kept me off line for a few weeks - back and busy now.
Hoping to find a few more Canadian travel hubs out there
any fellow Canucks out there - or anyone with hubs about great places to see in Canada?
*bump* Hey - anyone with a Canada travel hub - here's the info you need to get more traffic!
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