I want to generate more traffic to my hubs. I've read you can post url's to spread the word, need to know where I can do this?
There is a share button at the bottom of your finished hub and that gives the option of posting on Twitter, Facebook, Digg, Reddit etc
But there are countless other bookmarking sites like Seekyt, Spotback, Delicious, Onlywire and also article posting websites that you write another article with a link included: Xomba, Shetoldme, Snipsly, Squidstop and Bestreviewer are the ones off the top of my head.
Have a read here.
http://hubpages.com/hub/Making-Money-on … -Challenge
I've listed all the bookmarking sites I use - I don't tend to use Digg or Reddit - I find they are too quick to ban members and don't want to get into trouble so just stay away.
Yeah I'm not sure about Reddit, Ive received snooty comments on there but Digg Ive had no probs with.
I've actually been banned by both reddit and digg in the past. I just made a new username and email address to get accepted back on, but now I hardly ever post a link there. If I do, I spend some time reading and commenting on others but its too time consuming to keep up with.
I had the same experience with reddit, in the beginning when I was clueless and they just make you feel worst.
Thank you for your help I'll check it out
If you are wanting traffic that clicks then you are better off putting your url into anchor text, as this is how google knows what keywords your site is targeting, if you do not know what anchor text is there are many hubs explaining how to use them.
I would reccomend reading this one as this is what helped me:
http://hubpages.com/hub/Backlinks-SEO-H … -Hyperlink
After you have learned what is and how to use anchor texts you can start posting on blog sites,article submission sites and a lot more.
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