As you know it is always a good idea to build yourself up a mini network of sites pointing to your main page or website/blog. External links carry quite some weight and help your website/blog with search engine positioning.
The same goes with article distribution. Your mini network sites will consist of article sites, free blogger blogs and free wordpress blogs to name a few.
I have come across another free blog platform that uses wordpress, already installed and this site shares your adsense revenue which free wordpress or blogger does not to the full extent.
It is free to join, no affiliate program, just revenue sharing up to a 90 per cent split in your favour. I hope it may help those developing their mini networks and inbound links. If you do not use wordpress this is a good way to learn. The site is new and in time should reach high pr.
Any examples of some live sites?
I'm interested, I've got a bunch of mini articles I'd like to publish with links back to my main hubs.
Hi Darkside, here is the url of a live site http://terryg.ideafry.com/
Can i Have multiple site on ideafry? for different topic.
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I alway sworry about this kind of site - will they stick around for very long?
I'm not a fan of creating multiple sites just to have them boost one site. In my opinion it's best to spend the time on just one site to ensure top quality. The numbers really do follow quality sites in time, especially when you're not checking stats 25 times a day.
Are you publishing anywhere else? Because you've only made 2 hubs in 3 months.
In the last three months I've published 20 hubs, perhaps the same amount of Gather articles, easily double that in lenses. And have been beta testing a new social bookmarking site where I've been making sure my backlinks contain original descriptions and not just a copy and paste from the article that I'm linking to.
I'd like to think what I've done is quality. That and not having all my eggs in one basket.
That one was funny , buying 2 - 3 eggs every day.
Did you think about the effort of going to the grocery daily ? Or effort doesn`t count?
I've heard creating a mini-network is a good idea. However, if all the mini-sites you create are low page rank then it really doesn't help, does it? Especially if you create only a few.
It does help, as in time each page will rank. A good example of this is an article that will have page rank leaked to it internally from the directory and receive a high pr push.
Same with your blogs, especially blogger, as it also get a pr push. thats the idea, build links for each page and in time you will have a culminating affect for the link. Mini nets have a circular linking pattern, link from blog A to blog B, blog B to blog C and each to a s\lens and also an article with a text link on each page to your main site.
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