How to check the Outbound link of my hub?
I put my blog link on my hub, and i wonder that how to check the hit of the link?
I think One inbound link for your blog is not enough...you must put your blog link to different sites so that you will get your desired traffic to your blog.
An outbound-link is a link from your website to another website.From Google Analytics you can check the hits of the link
Currently, all your outbound links are no-follow because your author score is below 75. You will want to work on that, so that the links can be given proper value by the search engines.
The only way I know of to check how many people are following the link to your site is to use google analytics on your blog, which will give you a break down of the source sites.
Trackers only work on URLs starting with hubpages.com
Much obliged WryLilt, I have edited my post accordingly.
Creating a decent author profile and putting the blog link on the profile page would be a good place to start. This can also improve the author score.
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