Has anyone else noticed that pinging your hub doesn't seem to do anything at all? Is it just me?
There is another forum with this question. Got to use the search. Pinging may help but depends if your site is sprinkled around the web. Think of it as it notifies others you have updated your site. hope that helps.
I've pinged my stuff a few times. The dead ones stay dead, but the ones that showed any activity at all before the ping seem to spring to life a bit more.
I do not see any benefit from my pinging so far. as for more traffic etc. I only do it now and again as someone said it can also go against you by over doing it. So thought I would be a little cautious with it.
i used feedping as it has several sites although they do not all do it for each site
I believe only pinging won't help. A combination of backlinking and pinging is better.
may i know how do you usually do the backlinks ? do you think backlinks is better than pinging ?
I always ping my hub just as soon as it's published. It's a way to make sure it gets noticed quickly, particularly by google.
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