Hi, I was wondering: Does it matter whether I choose to backlink using the link feature or the blog post?
Does it really make a difference when it comes to the backlink? - The only difference is that the link is quicker . .
I think that the google gods place more value on a contextual link. the create a link feature on redgage does not create this kind of link where you could create it in a related blog.
by bigmikeh 9 years ago
I discovered RedGage a few days ago. You can post photos, documents, videos and links on the site, and get paid for doing so. Only cents, but to get paid to post links to hubs or sites is novel. So I now have several PR3 links back to my hubs, and 5 cents(!) in my account. Will it disappear under a...
by Falsor Wing 8 years ago
When I update my blog with new hubs redgage automatically adds it as content. Does this mean that if I add a hub to redgage as a link as well as a blog entry I will get TOSed?
by Dorsi Diaz 6 years ago
I am working on one of my new websites - and I want to link back to my hubs here. How many times is this OK to do on a website page before it is overkill?
by seamist 10 years ago
I don't understand how to promote traffic on my hub. I've ready plenty of articles, but they all seem so vague. I'm a newbie to all of this. Thank you for any help.
by Wesman Todd Shaw 7 years ago
It's almost embarrassing to me; but I have no idea how to know what backlinks are DoFollow, and No Follow. Someone please simplify this for me, and tell me how I can know the difference.I can research things and write fairly well, sometimes I can make a nice, pretty hub; but this internet...
by James Bowden 7 years ago
Does anyone know if it is worth while in terms of increasing earnings here on hubpages, to join Redgage and Info barrel? I've heard a few positive things about these sites and wanted an opionion from other hubpage members, as to their views about increased earnings, utilizing these websites.
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