I've backlinked my hubs to a few sites however, I was just wondering, how long does it usually take before you see any additional traffic.
It depend where you link from and whether those site will create direct traffic and or a significant increase in search engine rank. If a) immediately, if b) after a few days to a month.
It could be quick and it could take a while. Be patient. There are too many factors, which consist of age of your hub to the keywords/tags used on your content(which is determined by what people search for via search engines).
Sometimes, people post backlinks in places and get a good response and sometimes they get no responses. It all depends on the content.
Well hopefully the content will be useful to some. Thanks.
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