I am trying to get backlinks to increase the traffic to my hubs. I was wondering in the process that in link building methods like commenting on forums, is it better to link to our home page (like <link snipped>) or to individual hubs.
Genrally searchers find individual articles (hubs) because of keywords. If they like what they read they may explore other writing in your domain. I think you will therefore do much better linking to individual hubs. It is very difficult to get much mileage from links to your domain, particularly if you write on a variety of topics.
Then you focus on writing something so good other people will spontaneously link to it.
by Dorsi Diaz5 years ago
I am working on one of my new websites - and I want to link back to my hubs here. How many times is this OK to do on a website page before it is overkill?
by PhoenixV6 years ago
Imagine a classy Google Ad block, with a classy black background on the right hand side of this page:http://hubpages.com/authors/best/Same thing with this page:http://hubpages.com/question/hot/and this...
by Benji Mester6 years ago
I was just wondering if anyone ever leaves back links to their profile page on HP. I've really not done it myself, but I can see how leaving back links in hopes of building a higher PR profile page might help...
by Melanie Shebel5 years ago
Maybe it would be cool if we could run the title tuner on a per hub basis so we don't have to wait for it to munch on all the data from all the hubs combined.That way we can quickly just get some title work done on a...
by Brett A Rogers3 years ago
This is how I understand backlinks. Linking to a webpage that links back to you is more valuable to SEO than not having it link back to you. The more removed this website is from your own the better. ...
by zeke21004 years ago
I think you need a badge that is awarded for individuals Hub achievements, such as: if one Hub receives over 5,000 views, that's quite an achievement - there should be a badge for that.
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