Hi, I just got an email from someone asking if they could place a link to one of my hubs, they never said which one yet, and how much do they need to pay me. As I have absolutely no idea, can anyone give me an estimate please? Thanks
Sorry, I meant to say an outside link! he offered me money, and I have seen others on here talking about selling their links, otherwise I wouldn't have even thought of it. It just threw me a bit when they said how much did I want?
If it's just a link, Nelle, it seems like that could only help you.
TerryGl once wrote a hub about it. I tried to find it, but couldn't. You may want to contact him.
They probably didnt even need to ask.
Id be grateful for the backlink
It is not a backlink to her hub she is asking about. The OP says that it is a link from her hub to an external website, an outbound link. A so-called "sponsored link."
How do you see it that way WE?
I've highlighted in bold what the OP says.
How is it a "sponsored link"?
I understood from the start what she meant. She meant "on" one of her hubs. I can see how her OP could be read the opposite way, but she has already clarified her position.
Maybe it is because I know instinctively that Nell Rose would never dream of charging anyone to link to her hubs, nor is it likely anyone would offer to pay for the opportunity.
Geez, I was slow on that one. Now I get it.
Yeah, I have people paying me all the time to put links on my articles. I let them go for four figures.
If It's just a text link in your content I would say $20.00 for life. I have sold text links in my sidebars for $25.00 per year. Just a suggestion.
Just as an update, I was contacted today about putting a text link in one of my blog post.
They wanted me to make a new one. So for making a new post (around 300 words long) and putting their text link in the content I charged $27.00 one time fee.
Just so you know.
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