Having spent some time backlinking today I think I have come across a great opportunity for generating more backlinks- or at least through Shetoldme if you use that site.
I already have backlinks to my previous hub url's through shetoldme however out of curiosity I tried to use one of the new urls which contains the subdomain change
Shetoldme has allowed myself to generate therefore a second link to this hub.
Does this help other hubbers? Or do you think google will act negatively towards this? I've only added a second backlink through the site to one of my hubs and the first backlink to the same hub was created over a month ago.
Anyone's thought on this would be much appreciated- maybe this gives potential through other sites and forums to add further backlinks for other hubbers.
sorry to cut you, but how do you count the number backlinks you have on your hubpages?
sorry to sound like a dope but how do you join shetoldme i can find a join page there was a banner an the right hand side that said join but when i pressed it it said access denied
I may be wrong, but I thought I'd heard that that site doesn't always accept new people at one time or another. It's seems to me I may have heard recently they're holding off on new members. Again, I may be wrong. It's a possible explanation for what happened, though.
I have a link on my profile bio page ,you can try an join that way.
thank you well ill have to keep an eye on it see if they take any new comers soon.
Sorry that link didnt work.
Try typing 'backlinks' into the Search box at the top of this page.
Many hubbers have posted or written some great info.
Here is one I came across
http://hubpages.com/hub/Get-backlinks-a … o-your-hub
Hello all, One week here and have heard a lot about back links. I guess I need to get my research hat on and figure it out. Thanks to all for a great forum.
Read about seo first before driving yourself all crazy trying the backlink thing - read up on seo and use googles webmaster tools
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