It took over a month, but I am now able to use shetoldme.com. Do you hubbers that use shetoldme.com generally send all your hubs to shetoldme.com?
I wanted to send them back in July, but now I have over 100 hubs. Would it be a good idea to work on getting these links out there before working on more hubs?
My campaign on here has been going on since june seriously(did nothing before that time). I go to college now, so a bit less time, but over the summer I have sent a number of backlinks to most if not all of my hubs(about 4-10). Hopefully, this site will help according to some hubbers hubs on here.
Any thing I should know?
I stopped using shetoldme, my links were getting drowned out by people's spam.
I stopped as well, I got 1 adsense view on there from a fair number of postings.
If there is loads of spam on there then the site is pretty much finished as a good source of backlinks.
P.S. Get 1 good eZineArticles backlink and it's better than dozens from these little spammy sites.
I used SheToldMe and then I found out that it was not registered on my Google Account even so I gave teh ID nubmer. I think because they asked no to put pub before you number it doesn't get registered. I email them and they told me they can't do anything about it. I challenged that and then tehy wroteunless I gave the ID of my Google Account they can't do anything about. Now doesn't right to me. I am very disappointed. I put over 150 links there. There is a word for that sort of things.
Why don't you try to submit your publisher's ID in a proper format? Once more if you have already done that? Normally STM's views don't appear in my Adsense. I have got a few clicks despite ZERO views.
Thank you for commenting and I will try it. Yet, you say it also doesn't show in you Adsense -- so what is going on? Besides that click and ZERO views. Amazing.
@ Brettb... So you're saying if you write one article for EzineArticles and it ranks high in Google, put links to your hubs in that high ranking EZine article and that will help increase traffic more than the little junk backlink sites?
That is interesting and I will look into EZine Articles.
I do not write for EZine, but know from being in the blogosphere and as a freelance writer, Ezine is great for back links and promotion. It is a great promotion site..unfortunately you do not get paid for articles. But, I would agree... Ezine is very high PR--great for exposure!
Thank you for your information about EZine. Would you mind to explain the benefit? Can I get one backlink or more? The articles you write there have they any other benefit? You mentioned great for exposure. Could you explain a bit more in details? I am sorry but I am still trying to find out what is what and if you would be so kind to give more information, I would be grateful.
Dale Mazurek has multiple articles on Ezine - I would start there!
Yes, one good backlink is all you need. Ideally the link will be one that humans actually click and follow.
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