I still haven't grasped this backlinking thing. I haven't done any yet but I know if I'm to stand any chance of getting any traffic I need to do it. I haven't done it yet because I'm still doing my homework on keywords. My question is what are the best sites for backlinking to? I've made an account at redgage, which is no use to me because I'm in the UK, and to be honest, I havent got the foggiest idea what I'm supposed to do. (sigh) Please excuse my lack of internet know-how.
Blog commenting has helped me alot in building backlinks to my blog. I just wrote a hub on how to get the most out of blog commenting for building links to your HubPages.
http://hubpages.com/hub/Promote-HubPage … CommentLuv
Basically, you would get a boost in search results plus direct traffic from the blogs themselves. I hope this helps!
I wrote this article with a focus on newbies: http://hubpages.com/hub/Get-Easy-Free-Backlinks
Might give you some ideas.
I wrote this article on http://hubpages.com/hub/The-Truth-About-Backlinks
This should explain which backlinks are of benefit to you and which are not.
If you are looking for some simple backlinks setting up a small network of blogs on blogspot.com can help out quite a lot.
Many ways to make backlinks. Such as blog comment, forum signature, blog network, submit articles and many more. You don't have to do all the ways. Just choose which one that no need much time. Blog seo network is still work for me.
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