I was just wondering what success (or not)other hubbers have had when sharing their hubs on Blogger. When I share my hubs I always link it to my blog and put about 2 or 3 sentences regarding the topic. I have Adsense and Kontera on my blog (I did disable Kontera here at HubPages though)
What are some of the ways you "market" your Hubs on your blogs and would Google Analytics track that? ( I don't have analytics set up so truthfully don't know where my clicks come from- but I have a pretty good idea based on certain hubs)
Just looking for some feedback and ideas. I don't think my blog gets much attention. I am looking for ways to improve on that.
Great question, I'd like to stay tuned to any feed back you get. I too, have not had much response, if any on blogger?
Some people just use those blogs for getting free additional backlinks. They will either just put a pure and simple link as an article, or write a little bit, such as 2-3 sentences and link it that way. I don't think they are purposely trying to get people to their blogs, but instead just concentrating on getting yet another free backlink to their hubs. At least, for the people doing it for that purpose, granted some people have blogs as their primary, and hubs second.
I have heard of instances on Blogger/Blogspot and Wordpress where people have heavily linked to one site and their blogs were shut down because it's a ToS violation.
That happened to me on Blogger in the early days - the blog wasn't shut down, but Google slapped a spam warning on it. It was because I had links to all my Helium articles in the sidebar!
I have a website and a few blogs, plus a myspace and facebook site, and all have links to my hubs, but I have spread them out a bit and even though they get excellent backlink traffic, I like my page rank to grow organically. I found Facebook a great choice as it has a Google page rank of 10 and myspace is an 8 or 9. Weebly is a 6 or better. Having an Google Adsense account with Adsense on all of these sites or blogs is great, and will surely earn some income.
Also try bud.url.com or tiny url, these are free and can make urls or weblinks smaller, and you can "sneak" links into places. You'll see them on Twitter a lot. Google Analytics works when you set up a Gmail a/c and register for Analytics. They give you a code and you paste it into the header or part of their page where they tell you to put it, and that's it. It takes a few days to work but will track the traffic to all your sites. Hope this helps! Cheers!
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