I'm making several hubs about recipes of an aregentinean dish called empanadas, two articles are for two different kinds of dough, and the rest for fillings.
I have no experience with backlinking or ranking high on google, so my question is: should I make them all hubs, linked to each other, or write some in another site and link to the hubs I wrote here? If so, in which sites and how many?
More than your competition for the same keywords.
Empenadas are popular in Mexico and a lot of the Americas below the USA so there may be a lot of recipes out there.
There are lots of discussions about this.
You should be looking primarily for article directories and guest blogger positions where you should post unique content and then link back from it.
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