I read a profile or a hub with a mention of a great site. You could just enter brief bookmarks, get paid, and backlink to hubpages. I tried the 20 best BM sites. Can anyone help me? Hey darkside, you might know. Thanks.
And recently I saw a post by a hubber who has just made an Adsense sharing bookmarking website. Maybe she is talking about that.
That site is owned by thisisoli, but I think he is keeping that invite only for now.
Thisisoli's site is not exactly a bookmarking site, it is an article directory.
Didn't know about that site. However, it was someone else I am talking about, some new hubber I think.
Yup, Xomba is cool, but the links won't be of much value as the blurbs posted there are NOFOLLOW!
What is the reason? I do not understand the no follow term. Does that mean that all those bookmarked links don;t work, or is it that they do not work with hubpages? I know that some hubbers are using that site and recommended it. Please fill me in and thanks to you and everyone that helped me.
It is a good site and I also use it to bookmark my hubs.
NOFOLLOW is a tag used in backlinks. It tells search engine spiders not to follow the link and thus the link is not counted. In short, NOFOLLOW links mean that Google won't count them as backlink to you. However, professional bloggers suggest that it is better to get NOFOLLOW backlinks than having no backlinks at all.
by Syed Hunbbel Meer 7 years ago
I always thought that Xomba is a back-linking website, in which we can write articles, and bookmark stuffs. (POINT TO BE NOTED HERE, BY BOOKMARKING, I THOUGHT WE CAN BOOKMARK OUR ARTICLES, like that of hubpages and blogposts etc, AND MAKE A 100 WORD SUMMARY TO CREATE A BACKLINK)Am I wrong till...
by sabrebIade 7 years ago
I got this e-mail from Xomba this morning..." As of November 30th Xomba has a new rule. You are not allowed to post anything to Xomba that is not original to Xomba.This means that you can not take something you have posted on another site and repost it on Xomba. All content must be written...
by manspaugh 7 years ago
Hope this might help some people.My method for drawing traffic to my Hubs (these are referral links so if you don't desire to sign up in that way just fix the links) <all links snipped by admin - no affiliate links in the forums, please>:1. Write a Hub2. Join InfoBarrel3. Write an article on...
by Nell Rose 8 years ago
Hi, I just thought I would sign up for Xomba for my back links as Redgage is a complete waste of time as I can never get a link to work! So I joined blogger and I don't like that! So tonight I thought I would have a go at Xomba, is there anybody that thinks it's worth it? thanks
by Holle Abee 8 years ago
I was just wondering...how come the links I post on Xomba are indexed much quicker on Google than the actual hub is? Any ideas? Thanks!
by ryankett 8 years ago
Hi guys, I have been testing the water with a new revenue sharing site. It is very new and still has PR0, like SheToldMe did before the last update.The great thing about www.Snipsly.com (thats the site) is that you can post just your backlinks, like Shetoldme.com and Xomba, but earn adsense cash in...
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