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What if you had a choice of which blogs/article sites you could write posts/articles?
If the blogs were theme-specific? Meaning one was about health, another about gambling, while another is on fitness.
I want to know if there are others that would want such a thing.
I think that a lot of us already have blogs aimed at niches that we write a lot of articles on. Were you planning to set up group blogs? There are already a few sites around like the Hubtrail one for travel hubs.
I already have a theme based blog but it is an official website and I recently turned it into a article directory so others can post!
Actually being a guess Author on other blogs and writing post with your backlinks in the post is one of the best types of backlinks to get.
I have sold links in post to others, as well as swapped post with others with our links in the post.
So yes, it's a good idea. However a small blog with no ranking will not do anyone any good for a link. A blog in the same niche as your site you want a backlink from is also better.
by kerryg8 years ago
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by Trudy Cooper2 years ago
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by N. Ramius8 years ago
Or just your profile and select hubs?
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