I was just wondering -- you know when you pull up your stats on each hub and you see the "incoming links" part? I know it says it takes up to a month for new links to be recognized, but I'm curious: how long did you all have to wait before you saw links come in?
am just starting to see a few come in now...and that is almost 2 months.
Yes, it is a slow progress to get links come in. Sometimes we can submit our hub to some website to get traffic, such as social bookmark like digg, delicious, reddit, or forums, like facebook, myspace, etc.
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