Xomba gives 50/50 Adsense impressions and has pretty good page rank, so I like to use them for two things.
#1: Making backlinks to your hubs. Even though the links turn "nofollow", Xomba pages tend to get onto Google fairly easily for some reason. So just the fact of having your hub getting clicks off of the Xomba page helps.
#2: Extra ad impressions. You get 50/50 Adsense splits, so if you're linking resources off of your hubs, make a Xomba bookmark of that resource and then link to the Xomba bookmark on your Hubpages.
Xomba is no follow, which means that while you still get traffic, you might be better of posting where you can get a valid backlink and the traffic.
Try it backwards. Build off of your higher traffic hubs by linking other resouces through Xomba. Free extra Adsense hits for you.
It produces lots of controvacy on Hubpages for its no follow, but I like xomba.
quite a discovery
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