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I've tried commenting on forums and blogs and stuff, but I haven't done any directory stuff because I just haven't tried. What are your methods? There has got to be an easier way because I spend 10-20 minutes creating an account for a forum and posting in it...
I'm trying to find a way that doesn't take 4 hours to get 10 good backlinks..I'm looking for efficiency..anyone have any suggestions?
We all have hubs on that topic! lol ;-)
I think it depends on the subject matter. The directories don't matter much anymore is the common consensus.
The quickest way is to use automatic backlink builders, such as social monkee (see my hub) but Google doesn't like such things, so if it thinks they're being used it will discount the links built. Still lots of people use them.
Otherwise it's forums (remember to post your url along with your [relevant] comment). It does take time to set up accounts but you can use them over and over if you write on the same subject area!
Social bookmarking and things like twitter and facebook are also useful, by all accounts, esp in the post panda world.
I love when people complain about putting in any kind of effort and time to get ahead. This doesn't make sense to me. I think you get out of anything in life what you put into it. Is it really so hard to create an account somewhere if it's going to get you further ahead? Just wondering. This isn't necessarily a direct attack at you....I've just seen this a lot in the forums lately of people wanting to make more money, see more traffic yet complain about things that need to be done to get there.
I prefer to let it happen naturally. If you link to sites and blogs on the same subject as the hub they tend to notice and some will link back.
by Mala Srivastava6 years ago
Please suggest names of few sites that are good for creating backlinks.
by rodlyalcide6 years ago
How do I start creating backlinks?I have been reading around and I discovered along with keyword research backlinks is a way to make your hubs start earning more money. Even though I read around about backlinks, I am...
by simeonvisser7 years ago
If your content is good will backlinks come automatically over time?Sure, an occasional backlink here and there will appear but does it suffice if you don't promote your hubs?
by rodlyalcide6 years ago
Are you earning on hubpages without creating backlinks?I see many people creating backlinks and doing keyword research but is anyone earning just by writing many hubs.
by jenblacksheep8 years ago
I just wondered if anyone backlinked their backlinks, like putting Shetoldme links on Reddit for example. I'm seriously running outta ideas of how to get traffic.
by Matt Clooney6 years ago
Are there any hubbers here that do not work on creating backlinks and still make some money?
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