Many of us create backlinks to our Hubs. The Hubbers who taught me that creating backlinks help increase traffic, thank you.
Anyway, I created an account with Snipsly about eight months ago. I created a few posts which helped me learn how to use the free Snipsly service.
Two weeks ago I started to visit other websites to start writing backlinks to my Hubs and blogs. I signed into my Snipsly account and started to write. I've become comfortable using Snipsly and do enjoy their free service.
I've always found wordpress to be intimidating but I knew eventually I would become comfortable using a wordpress blog. Snipsly has helped me learn how to use a wordpress blog.
I wanted to share with all of you that in the past two weeks I focused creating backlinks to my Hubs and blogs using Snipsly. After creating/writing posts at Snipsly, I manually submitted my posts URLs to the search engines and waited. Within the past week I have earned revenue with Adsense through Snipsly. I also have noticed an increase to my Hubpages Adsense revenue too.
I thought some of you would appreciate knowing Snipsly works to earn Adsense revenue and to increase traffic to your Hubs. For example, I just signed into my Adsense account and I earned $0.35 today alone from Snipsly.
Again, thank you Hubbers who have taught me importance of creating backlinks to my Hubs and blogs.
It is great to hear that. Actually I too using Sniply but dont seem to get anything from the site yet. Looking for more of course
When I first joined and created an account I didn't use keywords and I didn't categorize my posts. I didn't know any better. So two weeks ago when I started to use it again, I fixed many mistakes. I edited the old posts, used proper keywords and categorized them. I then submitted the posts URLs to the major search engines and four days in a row earned Adsense revenue. I'm very happy I'm finally conquering Snipsly. It's about time.
Man i really wished I am that hardworking like you. I myself spend most of my time hubbing around, updating my personal blog and I found out that Elance is quite fun too. Just joined but at least something different
I think it is about time to redo my tags lol! Been sometime since my Triond (and other sites such as Sniplsy) haven give me much $$ yet...
But frankly, I updated my tags 2 days ago here on one of my hubs. To my surprise, traffic increase nearly 60 on a daily basis..it really....really wowed me big time!
by mcbean 8 years ago
After reading another info packed hub from Mark Knowles I note he recommends not using the revenue sharing feature of sites such as Shetoldme and snipsly as your adsense code will leave a 'footprint' for google to see you are creating your own backlinks.See: ...
by simeonvisser 7 years ago
If your content is good will backlinks come automatically over time?Sure, an occasional backlink here and there will appear but does it suffice if you don't promote your hubs?
by Barb H 9 years ago
I just reviewed a blog about Info Barrel and it sounds like a good site for building revenue and backlinks. Dose anyone have experience with this new site and is it worth the effort? The blog and site are <snipped links>
by rodlyalcide 6 years ago
How do I start creating backlinks?I have been reading around and I discovered along with keyword research backlinks is a way to make your hubs start earning more money. Even though I read around about backlinks, I am still lost and would like more information about backlinks. Where do I start?
by Mala Srivastava 6 years ago
Please suggest names of few sites that are good for creating backlinks.
by Levictus Marcus Saarith 12 months ago
Hopefully someone from Hubpages HQ can look into this.I believe that those of us that are using a hosted account with Adsense are not getting any ad revenue on impressions from the niche sites.I base this on the fact that my daily impressions on Hubpages vs Adsense differ by a factor of about 100....
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